Here’s a great resource on wireframing on paper and prototyping on paper before you start work on your screen here. This post on Geekchix.org talks about printable sketch templates http://bit.ly/5LDqu0 which I think could be really useful. As I mentioned in an earlier post Why paper is always best I’ve gone back to paper for some wireframing as I find working straight to pc means I sometimes slip into old habits and ‘same old’ templates rather than thinking creatively and jotting down quick thoughts as they come.
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