Chris Farnum – Wireframing Strategies

[ Transcript Available ] The notion that “wireframes are dead” has been coming up every so often over the past few years. In truth, wireframes are still a valuable way for teams to communicate. Building up scenarios through state changes helps to both show and define a user’s journey through your design. Chris Farnum employs wireframing strategies in his work at ProQuest. In his virtual seminar, Choosing the Right Wireframe Strategy for Your Project, Chris explains what wireframes actually are and what they’re used for. The audience had a ton of great questions for Chris during the live seminar. He couldn’t get to all of them then, so he’s back to answer some of those questions in this podcast. Should a design team all use one tool or is it better that each person uses their preferred tool? How do you determine the appropriate level of detail for your wireframe? What if a client demands high fidelity but you know there are issues that need to be resolved in a low fidelity version first? What is the best online low-fi wireframing tool? How do you wireframe for responsive interfaces? How can you avoid doing wireframes for every breakpoint in a responsive design? What is the recommendation for sketching interactions? Recorded: February, 2014 [ Subscribe to our podcast via ?This link will launch the iTunes application.] [ Subscribe with other podcast applications.] Full Transcript. Adam Churchill: Hello everyone. Welcome to another edition of The SpoolCast. Recently, Chris Farnum joined us to present his virtual seminar, “Choosing the Right Wireframe Strategy for Your Project.” Chris’s seminar, along with over 120 others,...