What happens when wireframes just don’t cut it? When one of our wireframe presentations failed to resonate, we were in the midst of designing a tool that could be used in a variety of ways to organize thoughts, content, people, or ideas. We realized that the problem wasn’t in the design, but in the way we presented and illustrated the functionality. We replaced the wireframes with paper, scissors, and tape, and we replaced the computer with one of our information architects. By the end of the exercise, our solution had really connected, and the clients were excited to see it taking shape in such an organic way.