Definition of wireframe in English:

wireframe

noun

Computing
  • 1A skeletal three-dimensional model in which only lines and vertices are represented.

    • ‘We're in the wireframe stage of a new way of blogging, and we're extremely excited about that.’
    • ‘A wireframe model of the segmented organ image is then generated to enable interactive, three-dimensional rendering of the selected organ.’
    • ‘Designers have the need to take page-by-page process into account when creating their wireframes, and developers should think beyond their task lists to visualize the system as a complete, smoothly operating whole.’
    • ‘Here she provides extremely practical information about different types of diagrams, storyboards, wireframes, and site maps to plan the site architecture.’
    • ‘Site maps, content inventories, wireframes, scenarios, conceptual models - a large part of what we do is defined by how we document ideas and information.’
    sketch, rough, preliminary drawing, outline, delineation, tracing, artist's impression
    View synonyms
    1. 1.1 An image or set of images which displays the functional elements of a website or page, typically used for planning a site's structure and functionality.
      • ‘Using the wire frames, which contained the dimensional controls for the design, the engineers were able to place individual structural members into a computer model.’
      • ‘You also have your layout and visual design, greatly assisted through the use of wireframes.’
      • ‘Because DeepView displays only in wireframe, without depth cueing, stereo viewing will help you to carry out mouse functions precisely.’
      • ‘The most advanced systems have multiple displays, some showing three-dimensional wire-frame graphics slowly turning in space.’
      • ‘For example, pair up designers and developers to jointly deliver a functional specification or wireframes.’

Pronunciation:

wireframe

/ˈwī(ə)rˌfrām/