This week my interaction class was calmer than the last week, since we didn’t have to turn in anything, but there are a lot of wireframes we’ll have to turn in next week. Going through the readings, what stood out to me the most was the different types of wireframes, from low fidelity quick sketches to higher fidelity ones made through software. The term covers a wide range of ways to do them. Also, even though in the homework we’re told to keep to pencil and paper, since it’s supposedly faster than learning to use a software program, since I already know several programs, I feel that personally I could do it faster that way. But I have noticed that sketching still has some advantages, like not worrying about some details like type size so much, so I’ll go ahead with that.

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