Friday, April 25, 2008

Take Homes on Wireframes

We've been discussing hi-fi versus low and medium-fidelity wireframes.

Fidelity refers to the "realness" of the presentation, whether or not one includes mock-up content or "Greeking" with lorem ipsum. And in class, my group was called out for using color in our presentation. It was a matter of debate with the client. They disliked the color scheme, but when we tried to assure them that this was not the purpose of the meeting, that we were only here for the information architecture of the site and not the design, it was still distracting. So we changed it, and all went well from that point on.

p.s. We also moved our site constants to create a global nav below the header, deleted the adobe icon, and moved the calendar well above the fold.

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