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Wireframing & Why We Use It

So, the first step in our design process is to do what we call a wireframe.
And a wireframe is a very simplistic, bare bones representation of what a new website will look like.

This doesn’t include any of the design elements such as colors, textures or photography.
Instead it just maps out – “what are the key assets or blocks or elements that’ll exist”.

So we present this to a client to illustrate the general user flow and the different interactive and content elements that will exist on each page.

They’re able to give us feedback and that then forms the architecture of the different pages.
From that we’re able to take that through to design and make it look beautiful.

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Holly Turkington
Content Creation Genius

Holly started her career in Television production for Sky Sports in New Zealand, after completing her degree in Television and Journalism. After moving to the sunny Gold Coast 4 years ago, Holly branched out into the world of digital marketing and content creation.

Writing subjects were always Holly’s favourites through school and uni and when she

started working at Five By Five as an SEO copywriter, her Mum said she had “come back
to her roots”. With more than 200 blogs on every subject imaginable under her belt,
Holly is equipped to handle any client content thrown her way!

Holly is a big fan of reality television and our resident Kardashian expert.

Pre-Covid she was a bit of a jetsetter and would catch more than 30 flights a year. Her favourite thing in the world to do is eat, chat, share ideas and most of all, laugh!