Ask DN: Typefaces for low-fidelity prototyping?

almost 6 years ago from Sam Pierce Lolla, Helping startups w/ product design @ Directed Works

  • Sam Pierce LollaSam Pierce Lolla, almost 6 years ago

    Huge fan of sketching an paper--all the stuff we're prototyping now is coming from loose sketch sessions.

    Learning to sketch first was a huge eye-opener for me early on, but as I've gained experience making low-fidelity stuff, I've started doing more wireframing in Sketch. A lot of complicated interactions that worked well on paper didn't really "fit" on a screen, and I tend to set type much larger by hand than digitally. Could do another sketch round with graph/dot paper I suppose, but I'd just as soon pull out my laptop... there's just something about building it at the right scale that helps my layout process.

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