High Fidelity Wireframes

High-fidelity wireframes share many of the same advantages with low-fidelity wireframes. A distinction between the two is that a high-fidelity wireframe is very close in design to the true representation of the final user interface design and at this stage your interface prototype might even pass for the final product. This can be the case because high fidelity wireframes usually have slick and polished design features and can be in sync with a client’s brand even going as far as simulating an application’s work flow. Despite pixel-perfect good looks a high fidelity wireframe remains but a prototype, however crisp it may look and feel. High fidelity wireframes, however, require a lot of time investment to create which can be costly.

What are the benefits of high fidelity wireframes?

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