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Comments on: Sketchboard before you wireframe

Comments on: Sketchboard before you wireframe Comments on: Sketchboard before you wireframe Learn to code and change your life! By: Marek Cool article, we've been doing something like this but "unmovable" on out magnetic whiteboard. I like the idea of using paper and rolling it up. (and no chance the cleaner cleaning your board over the week end LOL) By: Anonymous There are a bunch of new apps popping up for doing this digitally - I particularly liked http://corkboard.me -- however there will always be the invaluable advantage of doing this person to person, though. The concepts/ideas/brainstorming will almost always generate better results. Great post.. Great practice. By: Lillian This is fantastic. Thank you fir the detailed video. I'm sure my partner and I will learn from it as we approach web projects. By: Lillian This is fantastic. Thank you fir the detailed video. I'm sure my partner and I will learn from it as we approach web projects. By: Alonso Lamas  Nice article. Sketch or die! By: Alonso Lamas  Nice article. Sketch or die! By: Anonymous Using analog methods on a project start is totally worth extra effort (hypothetical but in most cases not real). Unless you're great at sketching - paper or whiteboard have more visual restrictions and that's the best thing that can meet designer. It lets you focus on the logic behind shiny layout.  Thinking about that we've created tool for paper prototyping completely made out of sticky notes. Easily operated generic elements let designers create and re-create design on the spot. You can check us on: www.uxpin.comPersonally, as a UX designer I'm trying to step even further and start design without even thinking about concrete user interface. What I'm thinking about than? I'm thinking about people who will use the design trying to figure out what they need (also diving deep into researches).  By: Anonymous Using analog methods on a project start is totally worth extra effort (hypothetical but in most cases not real). Unless you're great at sketching - paper or whiteboard have more visual restrictions and that's the best thing that can meet designer. It lets you focus on the logic behind shiny layout.  Thinking about that we've created tool for paper prototyping completely made out of sticky notes. Easily operated generic elements let designers create and re-create design on the spot. You can check us on: www.uxpin.comPersonally, as a UX designer I'm trying to step even further and start design without even thinking about concrete user interface. What I'm thinking about than? I'm thinking about people who will use the design trying to figure out what they need (also diving deep into researches).  By: Anonymous Nice post, thanks for sharing your process! I'm gonna need more walls at my office now =) By: Ryan Carson Cool Daniel - I'll have to check that out. By: Ryan Carson Cool Daniel - I'll have to check that out. By: Ryan Carson  Nice - great idea.