Types of Wireframes3:29 with Hope Armstrong
There are a few different types of wireframes. In this video, we will discuss a set that ranges in fidelity. Fidelity, in this context, refers to the amount of detail in the wireframe. There are low-fidelity and high-fidelity wireframes.
- Low-fidelity wireframe: A low-fidelity wireframe is an early stage, barebones drawing with minimal polish. It is typically more loosely drawn and hints at the specific elements on the page.
- High-fidelity wireframe: A high-fidelity wireframe is more polished and displays more specific or realistic renderings of content.
- Thumbnail wireframes: Thumbnail wireframes are small representations of a screen. They allow you to quickly try out different layout ideas and visualize the hierarchy of content without getting too involved in a larger, more detailed wireframe
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