Preparation for “The Right Way to Wireframe” workshop at Interaction10 involved a healthy bunch of problem solving from myself, Todd Zaki Warfel, Will Evans and Fred Beecher. Our client, Lend4Health, has a great design challenge and Gabby Hon was kind enough to step in and provide us with business requirements and a creative brief that enabled us to get to work pointed in the right direction.
Brad Simpson was the creative genius that I worked with to come up with the stunning visual design you’ll see in the video. The music was licensed for use online and is by Jami Sieber, titled, “Red Mood” from the album “Hidden Sky”. She’s awesome–buy her music! Mr. Dave Shelleny was kind enough to offer some light editing support and cool enough to recommend the track by Jami Sieber.
I used Balsamiq Mockups as my wireframing tool, and it was new to me. It was fun, too! I encourage you to give it a try for sketching and wireframes.
The video above shows my work. If you’ve got 3 minutes, take a look. If you don’t, well, when I return from Savannah, I promise to do a version that’s about half as long.
For more information, see The Backstory.
I hope you enjoy the video.
Also #1: Go check out Will Evans’ version: The Right Way to Wireframe (YouTube)
Also #2: Go check out Todd Zaki Warfel’s version: The Right Way to Wireframe (YouTube)