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UIE Virtual Seminar - From PDFs to HTML Prototyping
UIE Virtual Seminar - From PDFs to HTML Prototyping
UIE Virtual Seminar - From PDFs to HTML Prototyping
UIE Virtual Seminar - From PDFs to HTML Prototyping
UIE Virtual Seminar - From PDFs to HTML Prototyping
UIE Virtual Seminar - From PDFs to HTML Prototyping
UIE Virtual Seminar - From PDFs to HTML Prototyping
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  • 1. From PDFs to Presented by Nathan CurtisHTML PrototypesOur ongoing journey at EightShapes to communicatingricher interactions and more dynamic user experiences UIE Virtual Seminar April, 2011 nathanacurtis
  • 2. Deliverable “Document PDFs” 2
  • 3. WHEN We Prototyped#1 Megamenu Sketch Test Test Test Wireframes UI Tech Dev Comps Comps#2 Heavy Content Sketch Wireframes UI Tech Dev Test Test#3 Content Guidelines Sketch Wireframes Comps UI Tech Dev#4 Key Interaction Wireframes Comps UI Tech Dev Test#5 Complex App Sketch Wireframes Wireframes UI Tech Dev Comps Comps#5 Another App Wireframes MockerFrames UI Tech Dev Sketch Comps Test 3
  • 4. Do you really know HTML/CSS/JS? “Yeah, I know HTML & CSS” “Yeah, I know HTML & CSS” “Yeah, I know HTML & CSS” Experience Worked with Architected front-end for Limited hands on experience, Perl > Java > ASP > ASP.net sprint.com for 6 years but speaks the language Lots of HTML, CSS, & JS Delivers production Hacks it from time to time but not much since 2003 “UI Tech” to any client Confidence Lower, but achieves small wins Higher, proves designs in projects Highest, as our mentor HTML Prototyping FrequencyWhen opps arise and time permits 75% of projects in last 6 months Every project: design & delivery 4
  • 5. Beware of the Scrape! 5
  • 6. From PDFs to Presented by Nathan CurtisHTML PrototypesOur ongoing journey at EightShapes to communicatingricher interactions and more dynamic user experiences UIE Virtual Seminar April, 2011 nathanacurtis

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