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Wireframing

A wireframe is a digital representation of the storyboard. Wireframes use primitive shapes—squares, circles, diamonds, and so on—to illustrate text placement, graphics placement, or any other elements that may appear on a page. The other use for wireframes is to model the information hierarchy. From a pragmatic point of view, wireframes set the graphical layout and provide the coders with a visual framework for the HTML.

You shouldn't complicate the process and wireframe each page in the site. Build them for the templates and major, secondary, and tertiary pages. Also build them for any pages that may be regarded as being outside of the main site design. An example is a page that gathers visitor information or requests addresses.


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