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Totally agree with Rolland. I'll suggest you to think about usage of each one of this thing. Mockup : is often referring to "zoning", I always start with this one. Using it to place elements and informations on page templates. Wireframes : looks really often like what the other one answers, I'll add a little precision, you're supposed to use real content ...


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In my 8 years of experience I have never found that this is used consistently, you cannot rely on meaning the same thing if someone talk about a wireframe or a mockup. Especially about Mockups: Some visual designer call a high fidelty visual design a mockup, some UX people call a very low fidelity thing a mockup. I recommend to show examples if you want to ...


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Wireframes are schematics that display basic elements without going into details. Prototype is a detailed simulation of the future design, often to a point where it's mimicking the interaction. It can be created on paper, with a specific program or by coding up the dummy data and/or services. Mock-up is a class of designs that include both wireframes, ...


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A wireframe is a outline sketch of layout. It doesn't look anything like the real finished product. It just shows where the various elements will be. A prototype and a mock-up....there we don't have exact definitions and ways of differentiating them. I would say that "mock-up" to me sounds like something that is still in fairly early stages whilst a ...



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