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'Wireframes' is the name for a simple technique to streamline the development. The technique basically assumes that your webpages are built from rectangles and it helps to create order in the development chaos. A basic one looks like this:

Wireframe 0.png

Most geekLog pages do have this look-and-feel and the graphic is obvious and simple. First thing is to drill down the BODY rectangle, which comes with a more precise naming of HEADER and FOOTER:

Wireframe 1.png

This is still a simple layout, but note that the position of the rectangles are already defined, though relative to each other. Now add some functionality and fix their positions:

Wireframe 2.png

At this very moment the need for a clean design is seen. And some rectangles need specifications for width and height. Window size is something to think about too.

Wireframe 3.png

All these rectangles can be given a proper name and used in communication in the development team. Without such a wireframe comment on the content, hints etc. will loose its meaning.

Wireframe 4.png