Monthly Archives: October 2011

Working Group will review Round 2 of public site wireframes

The Website Working Group (PDF) will meet Tuesday, Nov. 1 at 10 a.m. to review the second round of wireframes for the new public website. Feedback will be due from the Working Group members by the end of the day … Continue reading

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Round 1 of wireframes well-received by Website Working Group

Our partners at iFactory presented the initial wireframes for the new website design to the Website Working Group this morning. First impressions were very positive, including comments such as “Excellent, logical,” “Well organized, intuitive,” and “Looks great, very easy to … Continue reading

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Next step in the website design: Wireframes

A wireframe is essentially a line drawing of a web page, with no colors, images, or really any design at all. It’s used to illustrate where on a page elements such as the navigation menu will appear. It identifies all … Continue reading

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