So what’s so wrong with wireframes? Well wireframes themselves are not necessarily bad; it’s more the sort of design behaviour they encourage and the way they are often used (and abused) in projects. Here are some reasons why for the vast majority of projects wireframes should be consigned to the rubbish bin.
You'll be using post-it notes to capture user steps, questions, ideas and comments so you’ll ideally want 4 sets of different coloured post-it notes so that you can assign a unique colour to each. If you can get your hands on some super sticky post-it notes (yes, such these do exist) then all the better because regular post-it notes can sometimes struggle to stick vertically to walls or paper.
Unlike the post-it notes these aren’t strictly necessary, but are handy for being able to transport your scenario maps when you’re done. By sticking long strips of the brown packing paper up on the wall and sticking the post-it notes to these you can easily take your maps away with you when you’re done.