Visual Design, Frontend
There’s a problem with traditional wireframes—clients have a difficult time understanding a collection of boxed Xs. Even when you explain that one element is an icon, the other is a text overlay, it can be difficult for them to see. On the other end, the designer doesn’t want to show too much detail, as to loose flexibility when working on visual design. This is where Wiry comes in—to help designers create wireframes clients can understand.
Wiry is a small project that I’m working on with Chris Rowe. Using his personal wireframe kit as a starting point, we’re adding new elements, device mockups and building a site to show off its features.