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- Hand Drawn Wireframe
Hand Drawn Wireframe
Uses of Hand Drawn Wireframes
A wireframe template is a great place to start if you’re looking to build a new website, create a new landing page, or simply play around with wireframes. Using minimal details at the beginning of a project allows designers to work out the structure without distracting visuals.
Low-fidelity wireframes are useful for:
- Brainstorming several designs in a short period of time
- Developing the basic structure and content layout for a website
- Visualizing how users will interact with the site
- Communicating early-stage ideas to stakeholders
Cacoo’s Hand Drawn Wireframe has the simplistic look of sketching by hand while giving you the flexibility to build, edit, collaborate on, and iterate on the design within a short timeframe.
How to create your own Hand Drawn Wireframe
Open the Hand Drawn Wireframe in Cacoo.
Replace the placeholder text with website information, such as menu and category labels.
If you don’t need all the content boxes, remove the extra elements. You can also add more content boxes for any site elements you want to include.
Now, resize the remaining boxes until you’re happy with the layout.
Since low-fi wireframing is all about exploring your ideas, feel free to continue moving elements around and trying different layouts.