Website Planning and Wireframing
with Alexandra Moran
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01 Introduction to Wireframing06:41
04 Defining The Problem To Solve05:08
Class duration: 1h 26mSee all 9 lessons
About The Class
Create the blueprint for your website.
Wireframing streamlines the process of designing and prototyping by stripping a website or app down to its most practical, feature-based foundations. Alexandra Moran is a web/UX industry expert, with experience addressing the design needs of clients both large and small.
Join this class, and you’ll learn:
- The fundamentals of Sketch software
- How to separate your site’s content from its visual design
- How to anticipate the needs of the end user and make a website that will engage them
Introduction to Wireframing06:41
What is Wireframing?04:21
Setting Wireframing Expectations04:48
Defining The Problem To Solve05:08
Sketching and Refining the Idea33:14
Overview of Sketch Software09:13
Create a Wireframe in Sketch17:31
Effectively Presenting Your Work02:12
Applying (And Ignoring) Wireframing Feedback03:49
Alexandra Moran is a visual and UX designer, with agency and in-house experience. Growing up Alex was always making—with clay, fabric, paper, you name it. After encouragement from her parents to turn her crafting into a career, she obtained a BFA in Graphic Design & Interactive Media, and has been (professionally) making ever since. ... read moreSee instructor's Classes
75% of students recommend this class.
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Great information. Would have been nice if she had a large pad or dry erase boards for the sketching so both online and people in the room could see better - as opposed to the 8.5 x 11 laying on the desk.
Alexandra shares useful specific ideas to build confidence in website planning and shares her clever techniques for wire framing.
I feel like this class just glances over the subject of wireframing. It brings up really important concepts like user personas, but does not explain how those personas affect UI/UX choices. The instructor also leaves us with more questions than answers and no real path to get answers. A great addition to this video would be a list of links to other resources that she uses in her daily work. Just my 2 cents, YMMV.
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