Organize Your Layout Before the Design Stage
A “wireframe” is a non-graphical layout of the proposed web page. When you are considering website content, think in terms of all the text elements that are contained on a single webpage. This will include such things as an introductory text, tag lines, a “call to action”, highlighted navigational elements, client quotes, and News & Events.
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Homepage Wireframe design examples across primary displays
Web design wireframing is a non-graphical way to highlight the critical components of your web page. Wireframing a design refers to the process of arranging elements to best display the content across all display sizes.
- Google’s Top 10 Best Practices for Mobile Landing Pages and Web Sites
- Why Content Marketing Should Be Part of Your SEO Strategy
- Moqups is a nifty HTML5 App for creating wireframes, mockups or UI concepts, prototypes
- Good examples of various layout options
- Wikipedia article on website wireframes
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