- Drive design and communication by using wireframes
- Plan projects by defining unique page types
- Build scenarios with states and layers
- Learn to draw "just enough"
Whether you’re new to sketching or a seasoned pro, you can lean on Chris Farnum to help you find your wireframe strategy.
He's been honing his “how much is enough” radar for 15 years. As a UX designer at ProQuest, Chris is a senior member of the Agile UX team and contributed to the design of the ProQuest search interface and Serials Solutions Intota. Previously at Enlighten, he helped to build sites for TCS and Pittsburgh Paints. At the start of his career, he learned the practice of making wireframes while working alongside his mentors Peter Morville and Lou Rosenfeld at Argus Associates.
We absolutely love how practical Chris is; he’s a fan of wireframes as a tool, but more importantly in how they help people work better together.