Content Wireframing for Responsive Design

Content Wireframing for Responsive Design

Our free e-book will teach you how to start wireframing for responsive web design. We will take you step-by-step through all the concepts of what wireframing is and how it helps to make educated decisions about web design. You will also learn how content, the most important thing for the user, fits into the process.

Learn a 3-step process complete with a detailed tutorial.

“My students tended to focus on the wireframe as being the end game in the planning process and then spent an inordinate amount of time trying to wrestle their designs into the wireframes. What they weren’t comprehending was the simple fact that RWD or designing for screens focuses on how the user will access the content.

They couldn’t understand they had no control over the user pulling out a smartphone or tablet to access the content.”

A comprehensive look at the process of wireframing

  • Lessons help you turn rough content into a responsive layout.
  • Get a 3-step process for more responsive wireframes.
  • See how to audit content, create visual hierarchy, and start wireframing.
  • Know the different tools, methods, and processes for wireframing.
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  • Tom Green

    Tom Green

    Tom Green is a professor of interactive multimedia at the Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning in Toronto, Ontario. He is the author of several best-selling books in the area of Flash and Flash technologies. His latest book is Foundation Flash CS5 for designers, coauthored with Tiago Dias. Tom has completed DVD videos for, InfiniteSkills, and Adobe Systems and is a regular contributor of tutorials to com and He is also an active member of the Adobe Education Leaders and Adobe Community Professional groups, speaks at conferences and seminars around the world, and contributes regularly to the Adobe Developer Connection in the areas of Flash authoring and video technologies. Follow me on Twitter.

  • Ben Gremillion

    Ben Gremillion

    Ben Gremillion is a Content Designer at UXPin. Previously, he was a Design Writer at ZURB. He started in newspaper design, saw a digital future, and learned HTML/CSS in short order. He later earned an Adobe Certification, and learned up regex, PHP, MySQL, and other impressive-sounding acronyms. He also builds and maintains a CMS for webcomic artists, and participates in bi-annual NaNoWriMo challenges.

  • Jerry Cao

    Jerry Cao

    Jerry Cao is a UX Content Strategist at UXPin. In his spare time he enjoys playing electric guitar, watching foreign horror films, and expanding his knowledge of random facts. Follow him on Twitter.