Wireframes Magazine

4 Jan 2009 - 1:45pm
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Jakub Linowski
2008

Hello,

I am just launching a little experiment over at
http://wireframes.linowski.ca and I invite you all to share if you have any
interesting visual communication techniques. The idea is to find and share
new samples of design documentation coming from IA's, interaction designers,
and UX practitioners. The page view has been challenged with richer
interactions and so I still believe there is room to evolve our
documentation techniques. I will be adding more stuff over the next couple
of weeks and months, but if anyone has something they are willing to post,
please do send me an email.

http://wireframes.linowski.ca
Cheers,
Jakub Linowski

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4 Jan 2009 - 4:32pm
SemanticWill
2007

You can have anything from here - wireframes are included
(downloadable):

Shades of Gray: Wireframes as Thinking Device
http://blog.semanticfoundry.com/2009/01/01/shades-of-gray-wireframes-as-thinking-device/

"My good friend Russ Unger is currently writing a book for Peachpit
entitled “A Project Guide to UX Design,” and for his chapter on
wireframing, he asked me to contribute some designs, which I was
pleased to do. He provided me with some background information and
requirements for the redesign of a fictitious cruise-line operator
home page and asked that I design some annotated wireframes which he
could use as examples in his book. After I had completed this little
exercise, he asked me to write a brief explanation of my process. This
is the unabridged write-up I sent over to him explaining my use of
wireframes as a ‘thinking device’ in the design process. No doubt it
will be edited to fit the constraints of the book, but he was kind
enough to let me post the original here."
http://blog.semanticfoundry.com/2009/01/01/shades-of-gray-wireframes-as-thinking-device

~ will

"Where you innovate, how you innovate,
and what you innovate are design problems"

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Will Evans | User Experience Architect
tel: +1.617.281.1281 | will at semanticfoundry.com
http://blog.semanticfoundry.com
aim: semanticwill
gtalk: semanticwill
twitter: semanticwill
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On Jan 4, 2009, at 1:45 PM, Jakub Linowski wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I am just launching a little experiment over at
> http://wireframes.linowski.ca and I invite you all to share if you
> have any
> interesting visual communication techniques. The idea is to find and
> share
> new samples of design documentation coming from IA's, interaction
> designers,
> and UX practitioners. The page view has been challenged with richer
> interactions and so I still believe there is room to evolve our
> documentation techniques. I will be adding more stuff over the next
> couple
> of weeks and months, but if anyone has something they are willing to
> post,
> please do send me an email.
>
> http://wireframes.linowski.ca
> Cheers,
> Jakub Linowski
> ________________________________________________________________
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4 Jan 2009 - 4:32pm
SemanticWill
2007

You can have anything from here:

Shades of Gray: Wireframes as Thinking Device
http://blog.semanticfoundry.com/2009/01/01/shades-of-gray-wireframes-as-thinking-device/

"My good friend Russ Unger is currently writing a book for Peachpit
entitled “A Project Guide to UX Design,” and for his chapter on
wireframing, he asked me to contribute some designs, which I was
pleased to do. He provided me with some background information and
requirements for the redesign of a fictitious cruise-line operator
home page and asked that I design some annotated wireframes which he
could use as examples in his book. After I had completed this little
exercise, he asked me to write a brief explanation of my process. This
is the unabridged write-up I sent over to him explaining my use of
wireframes as a ‘thinking device’ in the design process. No doubt it
will be edited to fit the constraints of the book, but he was kind
enough to let me post the original here."
http://blog.semanticfoundry.com/2009/01/01/shades-of-gray-wireframes-as-thinking-device

~ will

"Where you innovate, how you innovate,
and what you innovate are design problems"

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Will Evans | User Experience Architect
tel: +1.617.281.1281 | will at semanticfoundry.com
http://blog.semanticfoundry.com
aim: semanticwill
gtalk: semanticwill
twitter: semanticwill
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

On Jan 4, 2009, at 1:45 PM, Jakub Linowski wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I am just launching a little experiment over at
> http://wireframes.linowski.ca and I invite you all to share if you
> have any
> interesting visual communication techniques. The idea is to find and
> share
> new samples of design documentation coming from IA's, interaction
> designers,
> and UX practitioners. The page view has been challenged with richer
> interactions and so I still believe there is room to evolve our
> documentation techniques. I will be adding more stuff over the next
> couple
> of weeks and months, but if anyone has something they are willing to
> post,
> please do send me an email.
>
> http://wireframes.linowski.ca
> Cheers,
> Jakub Linowski
> ________________________________________________________________
> Welcome to the Interaction Design Association (IxDA)!
> To post to this list ....... discuss at ixda.org
> Unsubscribe ................ http://www.ixda.org/unsubscribe
> List Guidelines ............ http://www.ixda.org/guidelines
> List Help .................. http://www.ixda.org/help

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