Everybody Scrolls.

UX designers are divided about how essential above-the-fold placement – that is, positioning so that users can see content without scrolling down – really is. Chartbeat found that “66% of attention on a normal media page is spent below the fold.” In contrast, the Nielsen Norman Group showed that “users spend 80% of their time looking above the fold.” We wanted to know how page design impacts these user behaviors and to what extent visual cues help users scroll below the fold. ~ Everybody Scrolls

Website wireframes: Mockingbird

Mockingbird is an online tool that makes it easy for you to create, link together, preview, and share mockups of your website or application. ~ Mockingbird.

I’ve used Mockingbird, and I can recommend it. Their web app’s minimal approach to design lets you focus on functionality, layout, and user experience without having to nail down what everything is going to look like. This is a great approach to use with clients who have a hard time separating user experience versus design details.