Wireframing & Prototyping

Service Overview

Wireframing and prototyping are essential steps in the UX design process, helping to visualize and test design concepts before development.


  • Purpose: Wireframes serve as the blueprint of a design, illustrating the layout and structure of a webpage or application without any visual design elements. They focus on functionality and the placement of content.
  • Process:
    • Initial Sketches: Start with low-fidelity sketches to brainstorm ideas and layout concepts.
    • Detailed Wireframes: Create detailed wireframes using tools like Sketch, Figma, or Adobe XD, highlighting the placement of key elements such as navigation, buttons, and content areas.
    • Feedback & Iteration: Share wireframes with stakeholders and users to gather feedback and make necessary adjustments.


  • Purpose: Prototypes are interactive models of the final product, allowing users to experience how the design will function. They help in identifying usability issues and gathering user feedback early in the process.
  • Process:
    • Low-Fidelity Prototypes: Develop basic prototypes to test core functionalities and user flows.
    • High-Fidelity Prototypes: Create high-fidelity, interactive prototypes with more detailed design elements to closely mimic the final product.
    • User Testing: Conduct usability testing sessions with real users to validate design decisions and gather insights for improvement.
    • Iteration: Refine the prototypes based on feedback and repeat testing as needed to ensure the design meets user needs.

Tools Used

  • Sketch
  • Figma
  • Adobe XD
  • InVision


  • Saves time and resources by identifying issues early.
  • Provides a clear vision of the final product.
  • Enhances communication with stakeholders and developers.