A wireframe is a basic, two-dimensional visual representation of a web page, app interface, or product layout. You can think of it as a low-fidelity, functional sketch. Product designers and UX professionals utilize wireframes to effectively convey their intentions for feature arrangement, prioritization, and user interaction within their product or website.

Wireframes, while primarily focused on functionality, do not capture the final product’s stylistic elements and visual aesthetics. It’s why most wireframes look simple: grayscale instead of colors, placeholders for images, and Lorem Ipsum for text. Note: AIProdPad has become so popular with product teams that many now use the term as a verb: “Let’s wireframe that section to see how it will tie in with the rest of the app.”

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