Uses of iOS Wireframes
App designers who want to create quality products for iOS devices must have a good understanding of the UI/UX elements of Apple iPhones. An iOS wireframe makes the job easier by providing a simple framework for how your app should look and behave on these specific phones. Use the wireframe’s structure to plan your app’s layout and model the user journey.
Using an iOS wireframe could come in handy when:
- Aligning UI and UX design
- Visualizing the conversion paths
- Determining interface functionalities
- Planning the information architecture
- Communicating design goals to stakeholders
The Cacoo iOS Wireframe provides both inspiration for your design and a blank canvas to brainstorm layout ideas. Easily customize, share, and export the diagram to make each iteration better than the last.
How to create your own iOS Wireframe
Open the iOS Wireframe in Cacoo. Remove any elements you don’t need.
If necessary, duplicate the diagram and lay out as many screens as needed to wireframe the main pages of the app.
Use the shapes and icons in Cacoo to develop the layout. Depending on the type of app, you’ll need placeholders for images, login boxes, menus, and text. You can also include simple text descriptions where appropriate to show the purpose of each page.
Align the user navigation by using arrows to show how one page interaction connects to another.