Lately, I have had a lot of discussions about UI and UX. Nobody has complained about this, so I presume we are reaching a point where everyone involved with app development recognizes the importance of UI and UX.A great app idea is so easily ruined by a poorly thought out interface and experience.

And with many tools now available for rapid wireframing and prototyping, there shouldn’t be any reason not to execute a brilliant experience.Although the terms are often used together, there is a clear distinction between a wireframe and a prototype.A wireframe is a skeletal, bare-bones layout of your app’s structure.
It is usually done without any color – simple black and white – and while a wireframe shows where text, images, and other design elements will go, it doesn’t include actual images, text, etc. However, each of the wireframe elements is shown at true scale.

The reason for this is that wireframes are meant to focus your attention on the structure, not the actual design. Much like the blueprints for a house or building: you get a clear idea of the structure and placement of everything, without being distracted by the design.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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