Ask DN: Typefaces for low-fidelity prototyping?

almost 4 years ago from Sam Pierce Lolla, Helping startups w/ product design @ Directed Works

  • Janis VegisJanis Vegis, almost 4 years ago

    I don't know about the fonts, but one trick works good for me – I use a blue background and white text and lines. This makes the wireframes look like a blueprint although this one time client said that we should keep the blue background

    ¯\(ツ)

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    • Sam Pierce LollaSam Pierce Lolla, almost 4 years ago

      A nod to blueprints is a really cool idea--everyone knows what they look like, and they know they're just a "plan". Plus it shows the designer's role as more "architect" and less "interior designer"...

      Getting meta-design now, I like it!

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