Interaction design involves close analysis of a presenting problem that involves some sort of user experience. The interaction designer will work independently or with business, researchers, and stakeholders to study end users and how user experience can help solve or improve their current experience. Interaction design creates diagrams to map end users' experiences (boxes and arrows) and may design actual screens to propose step-by-step/action-by-action what an end user would interact with to address the presenting problem. Deliverables are usually detailed screen diagrams (called wireframes), annotations (descriptions of what's on the page), and prototypes (clickable models of the design).