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UI Design with Adobe Illustrator CS6, Part 1: Flipping Wireframes

Article Description

Adobe Illustrator makes it easy to create wireframes and then seamlessly flip them to final art. Rick Moore, author of UI Design with Adobe Illustrator, demonstrates how to use Illustrator's symbols, graphic and character styles, and the Find Font tool to turn a sample user interface wireframe into a presentation-ready design.
Conclusion

Conclusion

This method works great as you build up a library of symbols and graphic styles. You can start with the wireframe elements to figure out the features, page flow, and interactions, and then flip the wireframe when you're ready. I hope this tutorial helps you to work quickly and efficiently with Illustrator to design your user interfaces.