Last week, I introduced you to my website design process in Figma. This week, I’ll show you how to create your first simple website wireframes in just a few minutes using my design system, DesignKit.
Wireframing is a crucial part of the web design process. It’s like a sketch that helps present the website design concept by showing the layout and structure of a website before the visuals are added.
Many web designers use popular wireframing tools like Balsamiq. Still, I found creating wireframes directly in Figma much more efficient, as I can easily convert them later into final design mockups. It also helps me keep everything under one roof, so my project is well-organized and consistent.
In DesignKit, with a ton of modules and sections already pre-designed and ready to use, the whole wireframing process is super easy.
In this video tutorial, we’ll cover:
- Adding new wireframe sections to the page.
- Switching section and individual module variants.
- Detaching sections from master components and customizing them.
- Converting desktop wireframes into mobile view.
If you’ve ever wanted to get started with creating your website wireframes, DesignKit is the perfect tool for you. It allows designers of all skill levels and experience levels to create professional-looking websites in just a few minutes without having any design or coding experience whatsoever.
It has all the essential elements you need for creating your site, including complete page sections, modules, color and text styles, grids, UI elements, and more.
Get started today by downloading my DesignKit for Figma!
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