A Wireframe is the first real process for a project, it turns abstract ideas into something tangible.
Instead of trying to combine the functionality/layout and creative/branding aspects of the platform in one step, wireframes ensure that these elements are taken in one at a time.
Wireframing maps out how easy or difficult certain features of the site will be to use, as well as how useful they’ll actually be.
Basically, it lets us figure out whether the overall scheme is intuitive, incomprehensible or somewhere in between.
Usability is the basic requirement of design.
Creating wireframes pushes usability to the forefront in showcasing page layouts at their core.
During the wireframing process, you can figure out the optimal font size, arrange fonts, head position and content quantity.
Smart? We think so too.