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Creating Polished Wireframes

Balsamiq is optimized for creating rough, "sketchy"-looking wireframes (read why here), but there are some situations where a cleaner, more polished look is more appropriate. These include client presentations, portfolio samples, or Instagramming 😉

In an article called "Creating Polished Wireframes", we walk you through the process of using Balsamiq to create neat, aesthetically-pleasing wireframes using the "wireframe" skin.

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Read the full article here.

Mike for the Balsamiq Team

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  1. Hello Arnoldo!

    Thanks for the comment – it an an interesting idea.

    We’d still consider a project using the ‘Wireframe’ Skin, low-fidelity wireframes, where the emphasis is on communicating design concepts and generating ideas around them in the early stages of the process rather than specifics of implementation and pixel-perfect design.

    Alasdair Manson
  2. Can we consider the “wireframe skin” a mid level fidelity wireframe?

    Arnoldo Alvarez
  3. Great article. I am just starting wireframing for the new project, wish me an luck 🙂

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