UX Wireframing Figma Template
In this Framework:
- Wireframe Figma template
- Low-fidelity and mid-fidelity components
- Detailed instructions and approach
- Icon library
- UX fundamentals and wireframing video
A wireframe is the blueprint of your mobile app or website. At this stage, designers are focused on showcasing layout, basic functionality and structure before creating pixel-perfect designs for the final product.
There are a lot of moving parts in a design project. Starting off with a wireframe keeps teams and stakeholders aligned on big-picture objectives without fixating on tiny details that can keep your project from moving forward. It’s also the best way to pinpoint usability issues early on, so nobody has to go back to the drawing board.
There are a lot of ways to approach your wireframe—sketch it out on pen and paper or just start building digitally. For digital wireframes, you can begin with a low fidelity (“low-fi”) wireframe to establish your product’s basic layout and functionality. After that, you’ll move on to your mid fidelity (“mid-fi”) wireframe, where structure, colours, and content gets more clearly defined and ready for the next stage: the full-fidelity (“hi-fi”) prototype, where your product gets its first test run.
Use our ready-made templates and follow our easy instructions to build your low-fi and mid-fi wireframes.
Establish your layout and breakpoint for optimal adaptive design. Build your wireframe with a basic grayscale palette and pick an accent color to highlight certain elements.
Access our library of 100+ icons and start adding your own to the list. Having a robust icon library early in the process ensures desired actions are clearly communicated before the next design stages.
You don’t have to be a design pro to take advantage of our Framework, but it’s an especially powerful tool for: