We’ve released our baseline collection of wireframe templates and libraries. With that in mind, we’ve prepared a basic “What You Get” slide and the video below:
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We’ll provide four types of assets to get you started:
This is where you start a new wireframe page, and we’ll provide a more vanilla baseline as well as one founded on the grids of the Yahoo Design Pattern library assets.
There’s a ton to use here, and we’re not close to done. However, you have access to creating forms, navigation, carousels, calendar pickers, menus, buttons, and more. Some of the libraries map exactly to those found in other Yahoo Design Pattern stencils, others are from our basic sets or iPhone standards.
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sampling of header, footer, content, and sidebar components.
- Page Types
We’ve provided a full-blown page type (an article page) just to demonstrate how teams standardize reusable layouts as starting points for future designs as well as inclusion in storyboard flows.
Want to Learn More?
Firstly, we’d love to hear what you want to learn the most. However, we’ll likely be providing a combination of free and premium training content online (via articles, documents, and videos) as well as face-to-face training as options in our Monthly Workshop Series. If you have a specific request or idea, don’t hesitate to let us know.