Design is not only how it looks,
but also how it works.
Wireframing is key to a successful user interface design.
Wireframes are like blueprints, the foundation on which you plan to build your project. Not only do you get a chance to flesh out the overall structure of the application, but you also find commonalities and differences among key areas that can help spawn new ideas during the process. (more…)
I’m a doodler. I’ve always enjoyed doodling. Even as a kid, anything within the diameter of our kitchen phone chord’s reach was covered in spirals, patterns, 3D names and numbers. School notebooks and folders were tricked out with ballpoint pen illustrations, band name fonts, hearts and peace signs.
Now I’m all grown up and I get paid to doodle. Life is good. 🙂
Friends of the Web have just released a new Wikipedia browser for iOS (iPhone and iPad) called Wikiweb that features some great visualizations of the connections between articles, a fun and intuitive UI, and some incredible typography – Wikipedia articles have never looked this good.