Wireframes and other lo fi prototypes have been essential for designers in order to communicate ideas, validate designs and minimize risks of bad user experiences. But lately I have noticed an ongoing debate whether they are still useful when we are designing in multi device eco systems. In my opinion it's more important than ever to be able to produce rapid and experimental prototypes regardless your ability to code. Because designing in the browser will either limit the solution to your current skills, or force you to learn how to implement it, which will not be very cost efficient in an iterative process. And suddenly the focus is on technology instead of users, and that's why we need wireframes and other lo fi representations - to allow us to build without borders. Some great tools for mobile and responsive design would be appreciated though, and I can already see them coming in this list of software.
An idea is acting isolated in the mind of the beholder, until you find a way to communicate it. In the early stages of the design process it's important to spread and visualize thoughts and concepts in order to receive input and modify them. Rapid and precise wireframes are useful for every designer. Become inspired by this article. /Hans
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