Hi! I was actually beginning to wonder about the same thing. I’m starting my path in UX exclusively (I used to do it as a part of my web dev job, though). During my first project I came to a point when I had to ask myself: what can I do to both create wireframes and be able to use them in an Agile environment. I noticed that typical examples of wireframing tend to focus on creating the entire app in one go, maybe without some screens or features, but still people tend to create a lot more than just MVPs this way. This seems to go against being Agile.

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