As a self-confessed Instagram addict, there are always plenty of design-focused accounts that catch my eye. One of these is the UX Store, which sells paper prototyping tools for UI and UX designers, as I was completely intrigued by their mental stencils. They looked well-made and durable and I was absolutely itching to give them a go.
In a previous post, I talked about how to make the most of your UX sketching, but I wanted to go a bit deeper to explain exactly how you are able to create UI and content hierarchy quickly, through some tweaks to your sketching process.
Sketching is one of those things that can seem deceptively simple, but that actually can work a lot harder for you with a few easy tweaks.