Wireframes are becoming less relevant — and that’s a good thing

Over time I’ve found wireframes to be less and less useful, and I don’t think I’m alone. Because the term is somewhat loosely defined, it’s probably important to be specific. While there are many types of prototypes that examine levels of fidelity across various dimensions, I’d like to focus on the specific variant that most immediately comes to mind when hearing the word…

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Sr Product Designer @ Hubspot. Previously Cigna. I write about UX, agile, & product design. linkedin.com/in/seandexter1/

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Sean Dexter

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Sr Product Designer @ Hubspot. Previously Cigna. I write about UX, agile, & product design. linkedin.com/in/seandexter1/

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