Wireflows, a hybrid of Wireframes and flow charts, are used primarily by mobile UX designers to document user workflows and complex interactions. Wireflows are low-fidelity representations of complete views (or pages) linked to other views by an arrow emerging from a button or other UI component and pointing at the resulting dynamic change represented as a page view.
Wireflows can demonstrate the steps a user takes to complete a task with greater clarity than flow charts can. The primary purpose of wireflows is to communicate functionality to stakeholders and team members, encourage ideation, and stimulate “What-if” thinking about task flows.
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