Mini wireframing kit

Some time ago Jeff Broderick posted this cute little wireframe on Dribbble which intrigued us. We really liked the idea and wanted to try out working with the little wireframes too. One thing we noticed is that drawing all of those 1px, 2px and 3px lines to represent body text and headings was taking a lot of time. That’s why we decided to create a little font that exists of four – characters which we could use to wireframe paragraphs at a faster pace. Following up some discussions we had as a reaction to yesterdays blogpost about using style boards in the design process we wanted to share our font and a mini wireframe template.

The kit includes

  • A four-character pixel font
  • A PSD template you can use for your own mini wireframes
  • A readme file with some notes

Download the mini wireframing kit

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    Amazing idea. Creating fonts of many recurring things, such as icons...symbols, has...
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