By Rebeka Costa on justinmind.com
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Wireframes are a common topic of debate in the UX design community. They're meant to be ridiculously simple, but there's still a lot of factors to consider when making one. Low-fidelity wireframes are all about layout, navigation, and information architecture (IA). High Fidelity Prototyping to refine the design: in the agile way, you work towards high-fidelity by taking small steps. Wireframes have the power to improve communication in the design team, by giving the team something tangible to discuss. They can help designers focus on the more functional aspect of the design before moving on to the finer details.