Having given my first ever design-related talk at UXCamp Brighton in March, I was really please to be asked back to give it again at UXBrighton in June, along with the likes of Chris How, Fiona Macneill, and Rob Pearson.
They were all excellent at UXCampBrighton so I thought I'd try and up my game a bit and do some new and improved slides!
Any chat about the talk please use the hashtag #effectivewireframes. I've reworked my slidedeck, and include all the links referenced in my talk below:
- My initial tweet out for info about wireframes
- Usability.gov definition of wireframes
- Twitter's initial wireframe
- Useful post: Planning your web design with sketches
- Book: The Sketchnote Handbook
- Free printable Sketchsheets
- do some research: Wireframes on Pinterest
- Marvel App
- Post: Mobile User Testing with Marvel & Lookback
- Post: coming soon - rapid prototyping with Marvel Canvas
- Balsamiq wireframing tool
- Wireframing font: Blokk Font
- Post: Mobile Wireframe template
- Sketchboarding slides by Leah Buley
- Post: Great blog post by Jason Furnell on Sketchboarding
- Sketchboarding templates from Box UK
- Book: Undercover User Experience Design by Cennydd Bowles and James Box
- Book: Gamestorming by Dave Gray
If you missed it, a practice run through video of the talk is available below - some of the slides have changed a little since, but generally it's all the same: Effective Wireframes - UxBrighton June 2016 from Al Power on Vimeo.
Hope you found this useful!