It’s easy to get excited about picking colors and the perfect photos, but it can be hard to get passionate about a bunch of empty black and white boxes on a sheet of paper.
So why do we do wireframing with website development?
It’s the same reason you have a blueprint before you start nailing pieces of wood together to build your dream house. Or why you make a shopping list before you go grocery shopping for Thanksgiving dinner. It’s a sometimes overlooked step that can make or break the future of your website development.
Wireframing forces you to be the end user before the website design phase even beings. It makes you ask questions like
What do I want people to do when they get to my website?
What are they looking for?
What are the most important things I want my website to do?
How much special real estate should those things get to get the most out of my website?
How is this all going to work?
Once we have answered these questions, wireframing lets us create paths that will get users to that information. It’s the skeleton of your website, the backbone of your navigation, and the guide to your site design.
It’s that important, and that’s why we love doing it for you.