Wireframe Tool for Great User Experience

User experience design (UX design) has become increasingly important as websites and applications have evolved to become more and more complex over the years. One of the well accepted tools in user experience design is wireframe, or sometimes known as storyboard/storyboarding. In the filed of software development, wireframing enables the simulation of user experience through the creation and presentation of simple screen mock-ups. Wireframe are simple enough both for creation and understanding, which facilitates the communication of design ideas between development team and stakeholders, making it an ideal choice in identifying user experience issues and exploring solutions.

  1. Step 1 - Begin with a storyboard

    Create a storyboard for a specific usage scenario.

  2. Step 2 - Draw the first 'scene' with wireframe

    The left hand side of the wireframe editor provides you with all the widgets you may want to apply in your wireframe.

  3. Step 3 - Continue by adding more wireframes

    A storyboard is composed of a sequence of wireframes. Repeatedly add wireframes to your storyboard to form a screen flow. You can also mark the finger gestures like tab, slide, pinch for a better representation of user actions.

  4. Step 4 - Play the storyboard with stakeholders, and collect their feedback

    Give stakeholders a feel of how the system will function, what they will see and how they will interact with the system to achieve their goals by presenting storyboards as slideshows. By the end of the presentation, collect the feedback from the stakeholders and revise your development plan for a better software with better user experience.