Wireframes Plus Flowcharts Equals

Wireflows. First time today that I’ve read about this fairly novel artifact. What I’ve been using (and sharing with my team) is called an Interaction Diagram—which, basically, is a Task Flow Diagram plus Wireframes.

Reading that article from Nielsen Norman Group, I’ve found out that there could be a high–fidelity wireflow—which in the example given, it showed a high–fidelity mockup.

As I understand it, there’s a distinction between a wireframe and a mockup. So, how would one call a “wireflow” that instead of wireframes, uses mockups as its visuals? Mockflow?


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  1. […] terms being used to call design artifacts (not to mention their combos)—flowcharts, wireframes, wireflows, comps, FAs, and […]

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