While Wire-framing using pen and paper is an interesting way of communication that helps in building clarity over the idea – it is time-consuming for non-designers. Especially when non-designer manager uses it as a tool to communicate with designers.
Also, wireframe is instructive than suggestive.
Tools like Balsamiq work very similar to Figma or Sketch, but with some restrictions, and the time a non-designer takes to build is usually high. To bring clarity over feature and edge-cases, it is better to use BreadboardingBreadboarding
Breadboarding is how electronic prototypes are made. It focuses on function, has all components and wiring – but no industrial design. Not usable, but it works.
Similar idea is used (by the Baseca.... By using Breadboarding over WireframesBreadboarding over Wireframes
I recommend product people to create Breadboarding over Wireframing, as initial product documentation especially to interact with designers. Wireframes are too detailed. The extra detailing kil..., there is a significant time saving, and it also provides designers more ground to think and solve design from a visual perspective.