Join James Williamson for an in-depth discussion in this video Paper prototypes, part of UX Foundations: Prototyping (2013).
Of all prototyping methods, paper prototypes are…by far the most popular and widely used.…This has a lot to do with how easy they are to make, how inexpensive…they are to produce, and how versatile…they are in representing almost any interface imaginable.…Paper prototypes are exactly what the name suggests.…There are prototypes created by using materials…like paper, cardboard, transparencies, pencils, and markers.…Mock ups of screens are created, and…then application flow, or inter activity is simulated…by using overlays, post it notes, or…by substituting screens when a selection is made.…
Since they're usually made for immediate feedback, you can even create…forms that users can fill out with pens directly on the prototype.…Most people refer to paper prototypes as…low-fidelity prototypes, but that's not entirely accurate.…While the visual…design is usually very basic and unfinished,…paper prototypes can allow you to gauge…several aspects of how an application will work with a very high degree of fidelity.…
- What is a prototype?
- How prototyping helps user experience
- Defining prototype goals
- Sketching ideas
- Creating paper prototypes
- Building low-fidelity and high-fidelity prototypes
- Creating HTML prototypes
- Testing and evaluating prototypes
- Choosing the right prototyping tool
Skill Level Beginner
Edge Animate Essential Trainingwith Chris Converse4h 44m Beginner
1. Prototyping Basics
2. The Prototyping Processes
3. Tools and Resources
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