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UX Class Online December 20, 2022 Rapid Prototyping

UX Class: Rapid prototyping training

Tue, Dec 20 2022
10:00 am to 5:00 pm
American Graphics Institute American Graphics Institute
Online Training
American Graphics Institute AGI Training Online Online

2014-04-08 21:12:08 $495.00

Learn Rapid Prototyping UX skills in this live class led by an expert in the user experience design field. Participants discover how to efficiently create, share and test concepts, designs and structure for websites and apps through the rapid prototyping UX design process. Learn best practices for UX prototyping and testing before investing in final user experience designs. Gain an understanding of the process for rapid iteration of UX designs and creating mockups. Find out ways to improve the efficiency of the design and development process in this Rapid Prototyping UX workshop.

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Rapid Prototyping UX Training Course Topics Covered
  • Discovering the importance of user research and methods
  • Building your prototype based upon valid scenarios
  • Finding design issues early
  • Improving a design concept quickly
  • Easily comparing design variations
  • Gathering design feedback earlier in the process
  • Encouraging collaboration
  • Working with more complex iterations
Building scenarios
  • A scenario represents a possible situation
  • An imagined sequence of possible events
  • An imagined set of circumstances that help a user reach a goal
Aligning features to scenarios
  • The UI on your screen
  • Scenario vs feature
Structuring an information architecture 
  • Base on scenarios and user goals
  • Building a rough information structure
  • Building and testing the app or website navigation
Structuring your navigation
  • Testing your navigation
  • Iterating your structure
Using type, proportion, and spacing to make a more effective design
  • Visual design essentials
  • Spacing and proportions
  • Type hierarchy
Sketching a building paper prototypes
  • Low-fidelity solutions
  • Testing your prototype
  • Use of interactive prototyping tools such as Balsamiq
  • Introduction to Balsamiq Mock-ups
  • Building your UI
  • Creating interactively
Sharing and distributing your prototype for testing and review
  • Exporting interactive PDFs
  • Collecting feedback