Everyone knows has their own way to set up a wireframe for their website. Some prefer the old fashion pen and paper as they sit with their client. Others enjoy building the website in Photoshop, getting every detail exact. Others use softwares to make our lives a little simpler, such as the new Adobe Proto for tablets. If you are like me, you don’t know if you should worry about sending a design layout or sending a perfect wireframe. With Style Tiles, the design gets portrayed while preventing all the unnecessary overworking.
Style Tiles is built for us, the web designers who worry about design enough to impact how we code. Style Tiles is also Open Source, so the community is constantly evolving it to fit our overall needs. Also, it is made for responsive web design (which we all know is a must these days). With Style Tiles, we are able to get ideas on how the website w
ill be pasted together. Think of them as paint swatches, a preview of the what is yet to come. You are able to set colors, fonts, form, shape, and more importantly harmony and unity in your design.
Feel free to check out their website to learn more and try it for yourself! Please tell us how you like them and what is your preferred method for wire-framing!