Everything in the previous section refers to low-fidelity wireframes. Those have placeholders and as little graphic design as possible. But, although they are enough for UX testing purposes, sometimes low-fidelity wireframes are not enough. They don’t show the general idea of a final project. In fact, they hardly reflect the project at all. That’s why designers often turn to high-fidelity wireframes, also known as mockups. They are still static and only show the most basic functionality. However, they include contrasts…