Coding Before Construction

04 · 26 · 09

by @geekgirls

When redesigning a website, the first and most important step that is so often overlooked is constructing the wireframe. I know, because I skipped this step for my first website redesign project (which contained almost 200 pages) and it resulted in major and unnecessary complications. Thankfully, with the help of my friends and the Internet, I have mastered website wire-framing. Now I can share this knowledge, to hopefully prevent hours of frustration for other website designers. Read more at Website Magazine.


One comment

  1. Interestingly enough, what we’ve always called a wireframe was not the flowchart in that article, but an actual boxed out sketch of the site (what elements go where, etc.). I do agree that a flowchart is always the best way to start – you need to know what pages the site is going to have first and how those pages will be organized!

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