Wireframes have been used in website design for many years to act as blueprints or frameworks representing the layout of a website. These layouts are great for designers looking to provide a functional rough draft to clients, and can be re-arranged very quickly as needed.
- If you’ve worked with our templates, then wireframes will be equally familiar. Edits to the wireframes are performed exactly as they are in templates within the Architect builder.
- You may want to make changes to the wireframe before sharing or finalizing…
If Changes Are Needed:
- Preview the site to assess the site layout and functionality.
- Jump back into the editor to make any changes you like. You can add, delete or duplicate pages as needed.
- Update headlines, text, images, slideshows etc. as needed.
- Once you’re happy with the layout and function of your wireframe, you may want to share it with a team or client. Click the “i” icon in the top menu to acquire your preview link. Copy the link.
- Share the preview link.
- Once you’ve received all input from your client or team, you may turn the Wireframe into a finalized website.
- To finalize in Architect:
- Update page names as needed.
- Replace any image placeholders.
- Update text copy with permanent copy.
- Load any gallery or slideshow widget with permanent images.
- Update any logo or icon as needed.
- Publish the site by clicking the “Publish” button on the righthand side of the top menu.