Represent user interactions and workflows with wireflow diagram - flowchart of wireframes
Wireframes is a widely adopted UX tool that allows designer and client to work together in identifying the content and functionality of screens. A wireflow makes UX even more effective by harnessing the power of wireframe and flowchart, creating a step-based UX diagram that illustrates the steps and decision points of particular scenarios and the possible navigation paths throughout these steps.
The wireflow flowchart editor of Visual Paradigm allows fast creation of wireframe-based flowchart. Create flowcharts of any complexity and show them to your clients in both animation and print form.
Use the resource tools to create wireflow scenes through simple drag-and-drop. It's simple, straight-forward and fast.
Unambiguously indicate where the point of trigger taken place by connecting the triggering element with the forwarding scene
A wireflow is formed by a sequence of screens called 'scenes'. Depending on the level of detail required, you can embed a detailed wireframe as a scene, or to compose a scene by selecting a simple component from a pre-defined wireframe symbol library. It's simply flexible!
Our wireframe tool features over 100 configurable wireframe elements for you to create wireframes for different platforms and devices - Android apps (phone/tablet), iPhone/iPad apps, desktop applications and web pages. The editing features also make wireframe creation fast, smooth and intuitive.
As long as a user interaction involves alternate and exceptional cases, there are multiple paths of wireflow that can be navigated. To reduce the application complexity, the wireflow editor allows you to specify a particular path (or often called scenario) of wireflow to be animated, so that we can split a user feature to be in sync with the partition of a simple user story or testing scenario. By this way, we can focus on some normal scenario of a features and in turns, the alternatives, making your development agile and just-in-time.
You are free to select any scenes to be included in a wireflow, in any order you like.
Settings like the color of various animation effects can be configured to suit your preference.
Besides animating a path in the wireflow diagram, you can also play the wireframes one by one as a storyboard slideshow. You can stay at a slide, navigate around the wireflow back and forth as you like. This facilitates deeper discussions on UX, which is particularly useful when people want to spend a bit more time on one or more scenes, or skip through some of them in the wireflow path.