In UX design, a 'Wireframe' is a rough sketch showcasing the screen layout and components of an app or web page.

Wireframes are a crucial part of the design process, and their primary goal is to provide a quick way to visually understand how a design solution would be early in the process of developing a digital product.

In Uizard, when we say 'Wireframe,' we usually refer to low-fidelity user interfaces that could either be hand-drawn or sketched inside a software, such as the examples below.

All the examples below would be valid for Uizard.

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