What is Wireframing?
Wireframing is a practice that is used by UX designers to plan the structure and hierarchy of information later displayed on a screen.
The wireframe is a two-dimensional outline of a web page or application, which provides a clear overview of the page structure. Similar to an architectural blueprint, wireframes can be drawn by hand or created digitally. The wireframe is the skeleton of the digital content, which later the User Interface is built upon, and the two later combined are responsible for a flawless User Experience.