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Wireframes are an important part of the design process that helps to plan and visualize the layout, structure, and functionality of a digital product, such as a website, mobile app, or software. Wireframes are essentially a low-fidelity representation of the product, and they typically show the placement and arrangement of various design elements, such as buttons, forms, images, and text.

Wireframes serve as a blueprint for the design team and stakeholders to provide a clear and concise view of the product’s structure and functionality without getting caught up in specific design details. They help to ensure that everyone involved in the project is on the same page about the product’s features, layout, and content. Wireframes are often created using tools such as Sketch, Figma, or Adobe XD and can be presented in various formats such as sketches, diagrams, or interactive prototypes.

Wireframes are typically created early on in the design process and iterated upon as feedback is received from stakeholders and usability testing. As the project progresses, wireframes can be refined and developed into more detailed design mockups, which can eventually be used to create the final product.


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