Get in touch with us today! Call us toll-free at 1.866.754.4111 or email us at [email protected] Close button
Web Design Kitchener Waterloo Guelph Cambridge AODA Development
This is a headshot of Sean Sanderson.

In the digital world of websites we sometimes forget how easy it is to explore options and ideas by first sketching them out. Learning to draw wire frames has helped me not only be more creative but to speed up the initial design process.


By spending only a fraction of the time sketching gives me hours in the long run while working on a project. Ideas come more quickly and on the fly so I can spend more time generating solutions.


In the case of Smokin' Tony's I spent some time sketching out ideas for the typography of the main banner image. As you can see below the initial sketch is a little different than the final outcome, however the idea started at the tip of my pen.


Take a look at Our Portfolio for more samples of our work. Many of the designs there started with just a couple ideas putting a pen to paper.

 

 

Smokin' Tony's Sample of the final outcome and its initial sketch.

 

Subscribe to this Blog Like on Facebook Tweet this! Share on LinkedIn

Contributors

Sanj Rajput
29
June 27, 2022
Show Sanj's Posts
Rob Matlow
117
February 17, 2022
Show Rob's Posts
Sean Sanderson
65
January 24, 2022
Show Sean's Posts
Haley Burton
1
December 7, 2021
Show Haley's Posts
Generic Administrator
1
December 3, 2021
Show Generic's Posts
Colleen Legge
1
November 26, 2021
Show Colleen's Posts
Christine Votruba
30
November 3, 2021
Show Christine's Posts
Sean McParland
18
August 20, 2021
Show Sean's Posts
Ryan Covert
48
July 26, 2019
Show Ryan's Posts
Matt Stern
4
July 16, 2019
Show Matt's Posts
Sean Legge
1
June 28, 2019
Show Sean's Posts
Todd Hannigan
47
November 13, 2018
Show Todd's Posts