In my six basic tips post I mentioned wireframing. I thought it might be helpful if I posted up a simple example.
I find these really helpful because:
- They let the Instructional Designer get a feel for the layout and the density of the page
- Double as a scope, allowing us to map content to components
- Can act as an AD brief
- Gives the customer/SME if there is one a sense of what the page will look like
We’re tending to find that customers who are familiar with Adapt pages tend to be less concerned about wireframes as they can visualise the pages from a more typical scope document. However, for new clients or for those who are particularly visual they’ve been invaluable.