- [Voiceover] If you have access to the exercise files,you can follow along with the same filesI'll be using in this course.Inside the exercise files are folders for each chapterthat has content for you to follow along with.Inside each chapter's folder is a subfolderfor each video with the relevant files inside.
Design research and user requirements only get you so far. Sometimes you have to go hands on to create the user experience your mobile app users deserve. Explore the various methods for prototyping mobile applications, from analog to digital, and their place in the UX design process. Diane Cronenwett explains why prototyping is so important in UX, and compares the merits of low-fidelity methods like pen and paper to high-fidelity tools such as Photoshop. She then teaches various paper and digital prototyping methods, using tools such as stop-motion animation, Keynote, InVision, and Flinto. Using these prototyping techniques, you'll be able to refine your designs and get more targeted feedback from your users.
Comparing low-fidelity and high-fidelity prototyping methods
Digital prototyping in tools like Keynote, InVision, and Flinto