Wanderlust Society - v1. Walkthru Wireframe

Date: 2015
Client: Wanderlust Society
Role: UX Design, Co-Founder and CEO
Task: Create a quick v1 of how the site flow could work with the major page types.

I passed off this ugly wireframe (hey, I never thought I’d add this one to my portfolio!) to our developer when we were just dreaming up Wanderlust Society. At the time I was using Adobe Illustrator for wireframing. I moved to Sketch and started prototyping in Marvel for our developer once the team got our groove dialed in for how we liked to work together. I would upload final graphics to Zeplin.

P.S. Zeplin was a great “Design Server” for our super scrappy startup. The devs also liked to use it for quickly being able to get information for the style sheets.

 
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 Here’s the Chief Product Officer, Andrej Gregov doing a design review for me in our Georgetown office. I printed out the screens so we could really review the overall flow of the main navigation screens of the site.

Here’s the Chief Product Officer, Andrej Gregov doing a design review for me in our Georgetown office. I printed out the screens so we could really review the overall flow of the main navigation screens of the site.