Wireframes are commonly used by designers to lay out a visual guide for the majority of their assignments
(PRWEB UK) 6 February 2012
Positive Web Design, a web design and development firm well-known for its personal, tailored approach towards client projects, has taken the decision to introduce pre-designed wireframes and templates in order to outline the functionality and basic interface of new sites.
Wireframes are commonly used by designers to lay out a visual guide for the majority of their assignments. Designers need to spend longer exploring the navigational structure and general behaviour of the template if nothing is prepared beforehand, but it is hoped that this approach will save time on the turnaround of a project and provide a more efficient service for all clients.
Peter Andrease, Lead Web Designer at the agency, believes that introducing templates won’t affect the level of service provided by Positive Web Design.
“We’ve been incredibly busy throughout the past few months and we’ve made this decision so that we’re still able to meet demand,” Peter explains. “We can still provide bespoke designs for clients but they’ll save time and money in the longer-term.”
Positive Web Design is a division of SEO Positive Limited. Based in Chelmsford, Essex, Positive Web Design is able to offer a wide range of web services to clients across the UK and beyond. This website design agency has extensive experience with clients from all industries and specialises in professional web design projects.