Finding the best method for creating websites is very challenging. What comes first: or the content? Perhaps, there is no right answer, and it’s all about personal preference.

Last week during our Twitter Question of the day, we discussed whether to create the wireframe first or outline the and then do the wireframe based on it.

Did you miss our Question of the Day session?

Don’t worry! Read on to discover all of the fantastic insights shared from our community during the discussion.

From the community:

Marko Aleksic, Product Designer at Jatheon

Andrew Schar, Founder of Black Forest Labs

Ivo Ruijters, Owner and UX Designer at Around Seven

Zhenya Rynzhuk, Cofounder of Sochnik Design studio and Awwwards judge

Julius Koroll, Freelance Designer

Alisha Truemper, Human Centered Lead at 1904labs

Esteban Pérez-Hemminger, Product Design Lead at IBM

Robert Bradford, User Experience Designer

Makenna Smutz, Product & Content Marketer at TAIA translation

Gopikrishnan Sasikumar, UX Designer at AriveGuru

See the full discussion of this topic here!

What did we learn?

To have meaningful wireframes (and ultimately good design), knowing the content for each page is beneficial. It’s kind of a chicken or the egg conundrum.

On the one hand, it’s hard to know what to wireframe for a page when you don’t have a good idea of what content is needed. On the other hand, it is hard to produce copy for a site until you know what the pages look like.

Based on all answers, people prefer to have at least some content before they start with wireframes. And, what works best for you?

Thank you so much to everyone who participated for sharing such great insights!

Have an idea for a question or topic you would like to discuss? Leave your thoughts in the comments. We’d love to hear it!

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