Creating wireframes is a quick and easy way of working through the initial creative process by simply copying or dragging elements onto a page to see what works and what doesn’t. It can be very quick and much more intuitive to work this way and doesn’t end up stifling the creative process – something which the subsequent coding and browser testing of a website can very easily do!
If you can map out the various key elements of a website before getting down to the nitty gritty of developing it, then you have something you can present to the client without having invested too much time. And this preplanning can ultimately save time in the long run when you get down to coding the website.
With this plugin, you can quickly drag on buttons, drop down menus, video paceholders, map placeholders and all the usual elements of a normal website. However, you can also copy/paste screen shots and images and lay them out on the wireframe too (something I could never do in Go Mockingbird).
So very quickly you can mock up a whole web page with minimum effort and maximum impact.