Web Design • The Steps

TLDR;

  1. Low Fidelity Wireframing/Sketching
  2. High Fidelity Wireframing
  3. Interactive component design
  4. Designing the mockups
  5. Prototyping

The steps

Low Fidelity Wireframing/ Sketching


This is the best way to put your ideas onto paper and get a proper direction to proceed further. In this, we create a rough sketch of the design, showing the main sections.
We use traditional tools like pen & paper, online sketching tools we prefer to use Miro


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High Fidelity Wireframing

The layout just before doing the visual design is called High Fidelity wireframe. Generally done in greyscale. It helps in visualizing the design layout and to gain much more clarity on the idea behind the designs. Common tools used are Figma, Miro, etc. For High Fidelity Wireframe example, see this image:

Interactive Component design

Here, you design different components and their different states. For example, a button with three states: default, hover, clicked. For example, see this image

Button activation-design

Designing the mockups

Designing the mockups This is the part where you can display your creativity. But, don’t forget to make it usable and accessible. Mockups are the final designed screens that are ready to be prototyped. Common tools used are Figma, Adobe XD, Sketch. For Mockups Example, see this image

Mock-up-rototype-Designlab

Prototyping Prototypes

Bring together the visuals and make them interactive in the UI design. we usually work with Miro. Figma offers an animated feature. It will help you out a lot. See this image:

Designlab-prototyping

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