Due: Thursday, Feb. 20th, in class
Category = wireframe
Drawing upon what you learned from the UX design readings & your own evaluation of a model website, draw a wireframe for your own website. A wireframe is sketch or blueprint that shows how you will organize your homepage and other areas in your site. You can see an example sketch and review the principles of UX design in the post “Crash Course in UX Design.” You can also find lots of examples and YouTube videos about wireframes online. Go into detail with your wireframe, but don’t get too attached to it. Your wireframe can and will change as you research and develop content and functions for your site.
Upload images of your wireframes to your post, with a “legend” or instructions telling us how to read it. See the post “How to Work with Images” for instructions on making your wireframe image legible to us.