Wireframes for Websites

Maybe you’re in the planning stages of taking your business online. Or perhaps you’re a veteran ecommerce entrepreneur with an outdated website that needs a significant overhaul. In either case, you don’t want to proceed with designing (or redesigning) a new page without a great strategy in place, including a well-organized, specific blueprint of its structure. This is what we call website wireframing.

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If you were building a new home beginning from the foundation up, you’d probably be uncomfortable (to say the least) starting construction without a detailed layout of the floor plan. And it’s not difficult to see why the same is true for your company’s website. So the first step in the process of designing a beautiful, functional site that really works for both you and your customers is to create a wireframe illustrating its configuration, as well as the relationship individual pages will have to one another.

What are some of the benefits of wireframing with a professional web designer like Consorte?

Have It Your Way

When you collaborate with a great designer on wireframing, it means you’ll be heavily involved in the process of creating your site. Instead of giving a consultant carte blanche to structure your pages as he or she sees fit, you can present a clear picture of what you want.

Change Your Mind – As Many Times as You’d Like

Using website wireframes, you have an opportunity to explore and accept or reject your ideas for the layout of your site before putting it in front of the public. Rather than rearranging abstract components in your head, you can study a concrete picture of your layout and experiment with any potential changes you’d like to make. Seeing a preliminary blueprint of your structure can inspire you to proceed with your design in new ways.

Get the Jump on Great Content

When you use wireframing, you have the opportunity to get a head start on the development of top-notch content. When you know exactly what pages you’ll be developing and how they’ll relate to one another, you then have a basic outline of all of the material you’ll need—writing, images, infographics, videos, and links—to develop before you launch or relaunch your site.

Test Before You Launch

Wireframing allows you to seek and consider user feedback before taking the plunge. A test audience can give you a great idea of how your new site will be received.

At Consorte, we take pride in collaborating with our clients to produce websites that exceed all their expectations and goals. We’ll select and use the best website wireframe tools and strategies for your purposes, and we’ll work with you every step of the way to ensure that the result is exactly what you’ve been looking for. Our expert web design professionals are looking forward to beginning this creative process with you.