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HTML

Any good resources for learning HOW to wireframe?

I'm reviewing HTML right now, and trying to create/polish a website for my boss. I want to be able to start from scratch, but I'm just not really understanding how wireframing works.

I've already looked up a little bit on the Internet but I'm still confused.

Basically, the question is: Could anyone provide any links/useful tips for wireframing?

Also, I'd prefer to just do pencil and paper rather than having to pay for any wireframing programs.

1 Answer

jag
jag
18,266 Points

There is an Design course on Treehouse on how to create a wire frame using Illustrator. The steps themselves can be used without Illustrator too.

https://teamtreehouse.com/library/adobe-illustrator-for-web-design