Wireframes


My website UI design process begins with rough concepts on paper. This way I can quickly sketch out a bunch of ideas and visual my thoughts. From there, I sketch some wireframes to get a feel for layouts on small, medium and large screen sizes.

After that, I might mock something up in Illustrator using vector shapes, to present digital wireframes to a client or team. Next, I'll code up a working responsive prototype which can be launched early and iterated often.

This process allows for a tight workflow between myself and the client or team I'm working with. This way we're always on the same page and no one is out of the loop.

I write semantic HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript code and use version control so that everything is backed up in the cloud.



Wireframes
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Wireframes

This is a rough outline of my website design process as it relates to wireframing. I don't always use wireframes, as I typically jump right into Read more
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Adobe Illustrator

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Attribution, Non-commercial, No Derivatives

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