Chinmay Kulkarni

Wireframes are line drawings that show the fundamental structure or functions of a product or system. As an extension of sketching (p.142), wireframes offer a formal way for designers to think and communicate what a design can do. They do this without surplus high-fidelity information, such as images, fonts, colours or typography, that may distract from the core purpose. Because wireframes do not look or act like a finished product, they are quick to produce and invite modification.

Continued on pages 174–175 of Design. Think. Make. Break. Repeat.