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Behind the Scenes of Designing and Developing a Home Page

by Drew Meyers on 9:45 am May 15, 2017

Here’s the home page of 360modern… How does a finished home page come to fruition? Brand, Value Proposition, and User Goals I don’t want to discuss value proposition & brand (which I touched on here & here) in depth in this article. That said, prior to “getting started” building product, you’d certainly be extremely foolish to not have an extensive discussion among all stake holders — customers, clients, enthusiasts, etc. User goals (which could be a post by itself) need to be outlined so you know exactly WHO you’re … Read More »

Proto.io – A Rapid Prototyping Tool for Mobile Product Validation

by Drew Meyers on 8:56 am February 18, 2014

The first step in building any technology product is to wireframe the product, and validate the concept with real people. There are a wide range of software options to handle the wireframe stage. Personally, I’m a huge fan of Proto.io, one of the crucial web services we’ve used during the later phases of Oh Hey World. I’ve been immersed in Proto.io on a daily basis since about last March. What’s it good for? First and foremost, it’s great for iterating quickly on a core mobile app concept. … Read More »

A Minimalist Agent/Broker Website Wireframe for Geek Build

by Drew Meyers on 11:01 am April 2, 2012

The web is shifting toward minimalism. Less is more. Chris Smith — and probably many more — agree with me. I really like the latest wireframe revision for Geek Build. But it’s more of the same. It’s bloated. It’s the norm in the real estate agent/broker website world. How about something different and innovative? How about taking a risk? How about BETTER conversion? One word. Simplify. Truthfully, if I were an agent or broker launching a new website right now, I would build a custom … Read More »

Revised Geek Build Wireframe

by Drew Meyers on 9:31 am

We’re inching closer and closer to actually designing and developing the 6 Geek Build sites. I just took some feedback into account, and made a revision from the first of the two wireframes I posted last week. You can also take a look at John Stegner’s revision here, along with the comment stream with feedback. Changes made to Option 1: Added RSS and Email updates icons to the navigation Simplified the search module — removed bathrooms and minimum price as search filters (on the home … Read More »

Initial Website Wireframe Options for Geek Build 2012 – Feedback Wanted

by Drew Meyers on 4:00 am March 26, 2012

Prior to starting on the actual design, wireframing our Geek Build 2012 sites is the next step in the website building process. What is “wireframing” you might ask? According to Wikepedia: A website wireframe, also known as a page schematic or screen blueprint, is a visual guide that represents the skeletal framework of a website.[1] The wireframe depicts the page layout or arrangement of the website’s content, including interface elements and navigational systems, and how they work together.[2] The wireframe usually lacks typographic style, color, or … Read More »

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