Wired UI Diagram Example: Website Wired UI

The best way to understand Wired UI Diagram is to look at some examples of Wired UI Diagram and start drawing your own. You can now modify the Wired UI Diagram example below using Visual Paradigm's online Wired UI Diagram tool.

Sketchy Wireframe Design Tool

Wireframing is designing a visual outline for your product. Its purpose is to clearly lay out specific content, functions, and connections between each of the UI screen. Wireframes get your client thinking about what their needs really are and helps them define their project goals and what their primary focus should be. A wireframe often doesn't take color or visual aesthetics into account outside of space allotment, and it represents the bare bones of your future design.

Visual Paradigm online provides sketchy style of wireframe feature which makes the design feel 'preliminary' encouraging team members or other stakeholders to ask questions and further explore choices and feedback for better design decisions. As I mentioned before, the wired UI design provides an opportunity for the client, designer, and developer to walk through the structure of your initial product design without becoming distracted by design components such as colors and images.

How to create a Wired UI Diagram?

Wired UI Diagram can be easily created using a professional Wired UI Diagram software like Visual Paradigm Online:

  1. Create a new Wired UI Diagram.
  2. The stencil provides a rich set of Wired UI Diagram symbols you need to construct your diagram. Just drag and drop the symbols you need to your diagram and connect them with connector lines.
  3. When you finished, you can save the diagram (File > Save as) to our cloud repository for future access. You can also export your work into image (JPG, PNG, PDF, SVG, etc) and share it with your friends or co-workers.

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