As usual, great advice from @HAWK to read through a typical UX process.
I’ll elaborate on my process right here:
- Typically after wire framing, I would stick up my versions and variations onto my UX Wall,
- At this point, it’s great to involve team and stakeholders to go through the process as you’ve specced it out (This is usually great to gather additional requirements and things you’ve missed),
- It’s important for the team / key stakeholders to be happy with a specific process and approach,
- At this pont, I’d add some stickies to that specific chosen version/variation as there are usually small tweaks and changes to be made,
- Then iteratively, I’ll improve on that specific version and have the team relook it until we’re happy and confident that it will solve the problem
At this point, as @HAWK mentioned in the UX process, where you will go High Fidelity. Doing your prototype and preparing the assets for handover (as you probably won’t do the implementation yourself).
This is a little more in depth but it works quite well for me. Also have a look at my take on a UX Wall that I’ve implemented
I hope this helps you!