Mockups are scaled models of the pages for a Web site. A mockup is not fully functional, but gives the client a basic idea of how their site will look and feel. The layout can be tested to evaluate which functions work better than others and which conflict with the overall operation before the code is written. It may not have all the bells and whistles of a polished, completed and working interactive design; however, it lets the client and web design staff work together to tailor the pages rather than make costly changes after it is up and running.
By Glynnis Thomas| 2016-10-13T13:36:51+00:00 October 29th, 2014|Comments Off on What is a Mockup?
About the Author: Glynnis Thomas
Glynnis Thomas is Accounts Manager for Fox Web Creations. She started with Fox Web Creations in July of 2010, and assists with both intake and clients as well as WordPress training and content creation. She obtained her B.A. from Cornell College in 2005, then returned to Kansas City to be near her family and friends.