As a UX designer, we deal with wireframes a lot. For different projects, the requirements of the wireframe are different. Some focuses on annotation, some on information architecture, some focus on interaction, motion, and even visual.
Last semester we had a class call RDSC, each week we have a different project with different clients to work on. For different project, our requirement for the wireframe is different. We need to think about what’s the goal we create this wireframe and also who are we presenting to. These two factor decides the fidelity and the focus of the wireframe. Choosing the right form of wireframe not only saves time but also has better effects of showing the idea to the right listener.