Wireflows are diagrams showing the product structure, having the advantages of the flowchart, but offering more information. When creating this type of diagram, high-level mock-ups are used, between which appropriate connections are placed and logic gates are visualized. This diagram, therefore, visualizes processes and interaction designs, not the project's UI. The use of wireflows allows you to visualize the extent of the entire project and the relationship between its processes and sections. It will enable evaluating the number and organization of screens. Also, next to the interactive prototype, this is by far the easiest form of visualizing what path the user will be going through while performing individual tasks within the framework of the system being created. Wireflows are also useful for assessing potentially sensitive points, before creating low-level mockups or graphical user interface designs. This type of diagram is also useful later, at the production stage, because it makes it easier for developers to understand the process and connections between its individual screens.