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Paper Prototypes: There and Back Again

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These are the slides from a presentation I whipped together for Minnebar 2010 about Paper Prototyping.

These are the slides from a presentation I whipped together for Minnebar 2010 about Paper Prototyping.

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  • Advantages Fast Easy to move elements Colors can denote special groupings
  • Advantages Shareable Can reuse elements Still looks lofi
  • Current OfficeMax Rate 1 legal pad = 92 cents 1 pen = 19 cents
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    • 1. Paper Prototypes There and Back Again Presented by John Malone Minnebar 2010 5/22/10
    • 2. What It Is
      • User Centered
      • 3. Used for creating and testing interfaces
      • 4. Throwaway
      • 5. Usability Testing
      • 6. The best, cheapest, fastest way to get to where you want to go
    • 7. Old Technique
    • 8. Pen and Pad Example
    • 9. Post-It Note Example
    • 10.  
    • 11. Digital Paper Prototype?
    • 12.  
    • 13. Why You Should Care
    • 14. The Studies
      • two approaches appeared to have the same sensitivity - Virzi, Sokolov and Karis (1996)
      • 15. found no reliable difference in the number of usability issues found with the different prototypes (HiFi versus LoFi prototypes) - Uceta, Dixon, and Resnick (1998)
      • 16. the biggest improvements in user experience come from gathering usability data as early as possible – Nielsen (2003)
    • 17. How To Do It
    • 19. Why Clients Love It
    • 24. ROI for all you Businessy types ROI = [(Payback – Investment)/Investment)]*100 = Payback Investment =
    • 25. Without Paper Prototyping:
    • 26. With Paper Prototyping:
    • 27. Reference Post-It Note Images: http://wireframes.linowski.ca/wp-content/themes/darwin/images/full10.jpg Digital Paper Prototype: http://www.balsamiq.com/products/mockups/examples Business Guys on Business Trips: http://businessguysonbusinesstrips.com/ Balsamiq Software: http://www.balsamiq.com Usability.gov: http://www.usability.gov/articles/newsletter/pubs/062005news.html