to talk a bit about choosing a page to wire frame.
I had originally
talked about wire framing your home page, but that might not be the
ideal page, considering that you'll have to build out the rest of the
site for your prototype next week.
your site map and find a page that will be relatively complicated, so
you can spend some serious time on it, but one that you can get some
serious mileage out of as well.
mean in regards to the home page is that it's a unique page of a site
- there's only one of them, and therefore you can spend a lot of time
on it, and then have to build templates out for every other page, basically
starting from scratch after spending time on this one page.
course your own process might require you to start with the home page.
It always depends ... in this case, on your own creative process.
of a web site is typically an all-content deal, and relatively 'boring.'
Of course there are usually lots of these pages, giving a wire frame
of these pages a high time to value ratio. That is, time working on
a good wire frame for this type of page can be leveraged for tons of
pages in your site.
page might be a 'middle' page or a Section main page (see attached JPEG
site map). One that has links both up to the home page and down to the
in enough work on it now will help you in the long run.