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Semantic structure of information within a website, desktop application etc.

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Sounds like your colleagues got a little lost in assumptions without thinking about what the purpose of a wireframe is. Let's start with a loose definition provided by Wikipedia: A website wirefra …
answered Aug 27 '10 by Rahul
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How to handle this Use the faceted navigation pattern. The request isn't particularly unique from a UI point of view: the client simply wants users to be able to subselect from a list of results. Fac …
answered Apr 23 '12 by Rahul
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What we do is use a thick sharpie marker to sketch out the various screens in full, then we print/cut them out and tape them up to a wall (often a pane of glass in our office) with arrows pointing fro …
answered May 16 '11 by Rahul
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(tl;dr: Click through the presentation mentioned below to see how the BBC designed their URLs and to learn a bunch of other stuff you probably hadn't thought about much) The best approach to this I'v …
answered Feb 10 '12 by Rahul
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No publication will be able to tell you what your site needs to know to draw effective conclusions. You need to talk to the business side and learn what the business goals are, then translate those in …
answered Dec 2 '11 by Rahul