I'm wireframing in Axure right now, with the words 'wireframing is mostly a waste of time' ringing through my ears. When you're doing high fidelity stuff in Figma, you're doing a LOT more - which includes: • visiting inspiration sites • deciding on palette • deciding on typography • selecting stock images and many many more. Whilst you're doing that, and even with keyboard shortcuts and expertise, you're still making a ton of decisions that the greyscale or monochrome wireframe isn't. It's so much faster once you remove the high fidelity and abstract it right down to the structure and interaction design - because what you're really doing is designing journeys, at speed. I still don't see...