A website wireframe is a visual [prototype of a web page that focuses on content, layout, and behavior. It usually doesn't include any styling, color, or graphics. It's like a blueprint to a house that shows the plan for plumbing and electricity without the interior design. A website wireframe can also show the relationship between pages, allowing you to navigate between a series of mockups with clickable components. A wireframe is constructed using basic boxes, lines, and other shapes to create an outline of the functional parts of a web page without wasting time creating an intricate, polished design. It's often the first step in the website design and web development process. The wireframe helps communicate design concepts to a team, clients, or management.
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