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 the features, content and links that will appear on a page, and usually includes descriptions of how each element will function. Designers and programmers use the wireframes to create the visual interface and understand how the page features should work.

Next Friday, Oct. 14, our partners at iFactory will present the first draft of the wireframes for the new website design to the Website Working Group. Read more about wireframes.

If you have questions or comments about the project, please leave a comment here on the blog or email Kim Lewandowski.

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