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Learn how to create UX design documents using OmniGraffle 6. Jason Osder explains how to create sitemaps, diagrams, wireframes for desktop and mobile, content maps, and models.
Learn how to build prototypes and mood boards and collaborate with InVision, a powerful UX design platform for desktop and mobile.
Learn how to create dynamic interactive prototypes for smartphones, tablets, and desktop computers with Principle for Mac, the UX design tool.
Learn how to use Rhino 5 to model four different pieces of jewelry: a basic oval ring, a more complex engagement ring, a cabochon drop earring, and an enamel cuff. The final CAD drawings can be used to show clients and craftsmen, or refined for 3D printing.
Check out the new features and tool enhancements in SOLIDWORKS 2016, the industry-leading 3D CAD software for designing sheet metal, weldments, surfacing, and tool-and-die parts and assemblies.
Prepare for the Certified SOLIDWORKS Associate (CSWA) exam, and master the techniques necessary to design parts and assemblies with the core features in SOLIDWORKS.
Prepare for the Certified SOLIDWORKS Professional (CSWP) exam, and master the techniques necessary to design and analyze parametric parts and moveable assemblies in SOLIDWORKS.
Advance your Rhino modeling and workflow skills: Learn how to build a game console!
Learn to use RhinoCAM to model a guitar body for fabrication in a CNC mill.
Discover how to use Photoshop layer comps to storyboard your interaction designs.
Bring your product designs into the real world with rapid prototyping. Get a behind-the-scenes look at the machinery, and insights into techniques such as 3D printing, machining, resin casting, injection molding, and more.
Learn how to create models for CNC milling machines with RhinoCAM.
Learn how to set up your MakerBot 3D printer, prepare models for print, and troubleshoot printing issues with the MakerBot.
Learn how to create replacements parts for household appliances, furniture, and more with Tinkercad and a desktop 3D printer.
Take your sheet metal skills to the next level by designing a sheet metal enclosure with SOLIDWORKS in this project-based course.
Learn how to prepare and print your 3D models with Photoshop.
Learn how to get fast, inexpensive, and early validation of your design ideas, using the simplest of materials: pen and paper.
Learn the basics of what 3D printing is and how you can use it to create amazing objects, from prototypes to working tools.
Generate more creative, more satisfactory solutions for your users using ideation techniques.
Learn to design parts and assemblies using the sheet metal tools in SOLIDWORKS.
How to create interactive wireframes and prototypes using Fireworks CS5.
Shows how to use Illustrator CS5 to create graphics for use in web sites, video compositions, and mobile apps.
Shows how to use Photoshop CS5 for optimal web graphics workflow.
Demonstrates scheduling and expected output for good prototyping, from wireframing to storyboarding to creating multi-page mockups for design feedback.
How to optimize graphics and photographs so they download quickly in a web browser.
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