Join James Williamson for an in-depth discussion in this video Sketching ideas, part of UX Foundations: Prototyping (2013).
My favorite part of any design project is the sketching phase.…There is just something about starting with a blank piece of…paper and experiementing with as many crazy ideas as you can.…Maybe it is the freedom of it or maybe it is because…the sketching phase is where I seem to have more of my breakthrus.…But regardless of the reason, I simply love to sketch.…You know, perhaps the best thing about sketching is that anyone can do it.…Even people that say…they can't draw. All you need is a pad, a paper.…A pen or a pencil and a little direction to help focus your sketching.…
That means that sketching your ideas is a great way for all…of your project stakeholders to take part in the design and review process.…As a designer, you can gain valuable…insight into what's important to other team members.…And they can gain insight into the design…process and how their decisions affect user experience.…When done in a collaborative fashion,…the sketching and prototyping process encourages…teams to work together and spurs…
- 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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