It's your turn
The more wireframes you draw, the more comfortable – and confident – you'll become with the process. Drawing from existing examples will teach you a lot. You'll learn to be a more conscious and critical observer, which will make you a stronger designer!
For this exercise you will need to photograph or scan examples of wireframes you drew during part 1 of this course. While you surely have many more you share, but for the purpose of this exercise you'll need to create a 5 page PDF with the following:
Page 1: Cover with the title "Wireframes", your name and date
Page 2: 1 example of a website wireframe (for desktop) you have sketched. Include the website name or domain.
Page 3: Screenshot of an app + your wireframe sketch of the same screen side-by-side. Include the name of the app on the page.
Page 4: Wireframe of your choice with annotations (arrows, comments, notes in the margins) – be sure to label it.
Page 5: Wireframe of your choice – be sure to label it.
For the purposes of this exercise, all wireframes presented must be done by hand (pencil, pen, marker, is up to you). ✍️
Check your work!
Check that your project:
5 pages – each according to guidelines
correct file name
Include photographs or scans of designated wireframes
Show wireframes that have been drawn by hand (valued more by ideas that are communicated than by artistic merit)