Wireflow

Wireflow

What:
This lovechild of wireframes and flowcharts visualizes interaction within a system by laying out the screens of an application in one large document and drawing the connections between related screen elements.

Why:
Provides comprehensive canonical picture of system interaction in one document. Can see key interactions and relationships at a glance. Caution: very labor-intensive to maintain as the system changes through iterations.

Resources:
Wireflows come from the Flow Map work of Richard Fulcher, Bryce Glass, and Matt Leacock while at AOL.



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