What do you call...
I was wondering if people used different terms to describe either drawings made in software or on paper that describe a screen view at a high level of abstraction that uses only lines and labels.
- First I asked a question
- Craig: Flow Diagrams
- Dana: Low Fidelity
- Victor: Doodles and Notes
- Christopher: Conceptual Sketches
- — Christopher McCann (@letterpress_se)Mon, Nov 04 2013 09:42:13@konigi i think there is a spectrum of abstraction that I attach to all wireframes. It really depends on the context.
- Noah: Page Maps
- — Noah Mittman (@noahmittman)Mon, Nov 04 2013 09:45:50
- Karen: Schematics
- — Karen McGrane (@karenmcgrane)Mon, Nov 04 2013 09:25:31@konigi I use schematics to refer to boxes and label diagrams, wireframes for more detailed renderings with “real” content.
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- Melissa WilfleyWe just call them sketches that may or may not need further developing. They can be sketches of an existing interface with updates or a brand new concept...We just call them sketches that may or may not need further developing. They can be sketches of an existing interface with updates or a brand new concept. depending on the audience/process you are working on they may go direct to tech, design, require further refinement in ux or more brainstorming with the clientmore2013-11-11T23:14:32.956Z