It is a well-known fact that visual content is better accepted by the audience - the standard rule of “Show me, don’t tell me”.
Wire-framing provides screen blueprints of the software to be developed. Wireframes bring an agility in your project and allow you to create a vision and prospective outline in few easy steps. This also facilitates the collection of early user suggestions in the requirements gathering phase of software development, which in turns save cost and increases the quality of the end product.
The prime objective of wireframes is to keep the conversation focused on high-priority questions only.
Create clear and concise wireframes to provide system workings during the initial stages of the project to give you scope to incorporate stakeholder suggestions.
Make sure the collection of wireframes is well coordinated with the sequence of user interaction on the final product or service.
The wireframe can be kept vague on purpose and have a deliberate lack of detail, as it will evolve through the process.
The prime objective of clear, concise wireframes is to keep the conversation focused on high-priority questions only.
With properly sequenced frames stakeholders should be able to easily picture the final development and it's interactions, even without any prototype or semi-product built.