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The Anatomy Of Prototypes Fontall

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國俊學長的報告

國俊學長的報告

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  • 1. •Pototyping is an activity with the purpose of creating a manifestation that, in its simplest form, filters the qualities in which designers are interested, without distorting the understanding of the whole. Fundamental prototyping principle • The best prototype is one that, in the simplest and the most efficient way, makes the possibilities and limitations of a design idea visible and measurable. Economic principle of prototyping • Prototypes are filters that traverse a design space and are manifestations of design ideas that concretize and externalize conceptual ideas. Anatomy of prototypes
  • 2. •Prototyping is an activity with the purpose of creating a manifestation that, in its simplest form, filters the • The best prototype is one that, in the simplest and the most efficient way, makes the possibilities and limitations of a design idea visible and qualities in which designers are of prototyping measurable. Economic principle interested, without distorting the • Prototypes are filters that traverse a design space and are manifestations understanding of the whole. of design ideas that concretize and externalize conceptual ideas. Anatomy of prototypes Fundamental prototyping principle
  • 3. •The best prototype is one that, in the simplest and the most efficient way, makes the possibilities and limitations of • The best prototype is one that, in the simplest and the most efficient way, makes the possibilities and limitations of a design idea visible and a design idea visible and measurable. measurable. Economic principle of prototyping Economic principle of prototyping • Prototypes are filters that traverse a design space and are manifestations of design ideas that concretize and externalize conceptual ideas. Anatomy of prototypes
  • 4. •Prototypes are filters that traverse a design space and are manifestations of design ideas that concretize and • The best prototype is one that, in the simplest and the most efficient way, makes the possibilities and limitations of a design idea visible and externalize conceptual ideas. measurable. Economic principle of prototyping Anatomy of prototypes • Prototypes are filters that traverse a design space and are manifestations of design ideas that concretize and externalize conceptual ideas. Anatomy of prototypes
  • 5.  A series of prototypes
  • 6. Mobile Phone Application Prototyping a House Design
  • 7. 2D Blueprint 3D Virtual Model
  • 8.  2D Blueprint
  • 9.  2D Blueprint
  • 10.  3D Virtual Model
  • 11.  3D Virtual Model
  • 12.  2D Blueprint
  • 13.  2D Blueprint
  • 14.  2D Blueprint
  • 15.  3D Virtual Model
  • 16.  2D Blueprint  3D Virtual Model Relationships and Appearance Proportions Interactivity among spaces Spatial structure
  • 17.  Paper prototyping setup and its use situation
  • 18.  The computer-based prototype and its test setup.
  • 19.  The fully functional prototype Samsung VI660
  • 20. 1 2 3
  • 21. 20% Total usability findings are common
  • 22. 1 A way of thinking about prototypes a method that may lead to “good” pro- totypes 2 Critical thinking guide Design and construct prototype In quick-and-dirty prototyping plans 3
  • 23. Thank You !