I just completed my second annual New York road trip where I presented Effective Prototyping to the Tech Valley .Net Users Group in Albany on August 8th and the Central New York .Net Developer Group in Syracuse on August 10th. These presentations had a great turnout, with excellent audience participation and supportive feedback. I’ve very pleased by how they went. Many thanks to Andy Beaulieu and Chris Miller for making this happen.
Here is the blurb:
Software prototyping is an important UX design skill that many people “just do” but effective prototyping requires crucial knowledge and practices that aren’t obvious. As a result, many prototyping efforts aren’t productive and fail to achieve their goals.
In this talk, Everett will explain prototyping and its goals, compare prototyping to sketching, and explore the different types of prototyping. He will then give the eight rules for effective prototyping and show why those rules are so important.
Everett will review several commonly available prototyping tools (including SketchFlow), give nine criteria for evaluating prototyping tools, and evaluate the tools based on the criteria. He will conclude by showing some examples effective and ineffective prototyping in practice.
If you or your team is prototyping now or considering prototyping in the future, this talk is for you!
And here’s the deck: Effective Prototyping (1.2 MB).
I’m interested in presenting Effective Prototyping to other groups, especially to those within driving distance (New England, New York, Pennsylvania, Montreal, Ottawa) as well as places that I often travel to (Chicago, San Diego/So Cal, Washington DC, Seattle, Florida). If you’re interested, please contact me.
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