A sketch-style UI-kit full of bootstrap components for creating low-fidelity, but high-integrity user interfaces early in the design process.
I’m very interested in the early stages of the design process and using design quickly to create an accurate depiction of an idea. For this reason, I stay away from very high-fidelity design as they are more appropriate to create a picture of the final product, and they’re time-consuming to generate.
So I will use some form of low-fidelity design to communicate ideas so I can put something in front of the team quickly to get feedback.
High-integrity meaning looks and feels real enough to resemble a tangible user interface. This approach is useful as it allows for feedback on UI concepts early on in the design process.
An example of a low-fidelity, high-integrity design concept.
The Sketchframes UI-kit includes all Twitter Bootstrap components and extras as symbols. UI-kit contains 25 artboards. Here is a small taste of the larger UI-kit.
Here’s a sample: