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User Experience Design: Prototyping




           Presentation prepared by Diane Garcia
Designers are focused on documentation
and should be exploring and executing
their design vision.
Industry
47 User Experience Design job
descriptions were analyzed.

Approximately 50% of them required
prototyping.
Skills
A survey was administered to 20 UX
designers across the organization to
collect information on:

• prototyping meth...
Which methods of
prototyping did you use?
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How comfortable would you
be if prototyping became part
of the process?
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    Very Comfortable   C...
Did you enjoy prototyping?

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     Yes      No       Maybe
“Instant gratification of seeing a design go to
a working interaction.”

           “Enjoyed prototyping when I did it
for ...
“Detail of coding takes away from the design
focus.”

           “Most useful if it replaces creating
specs.”

 “I’d feel ...
Highlights
1. Variation in skill set.
2. Most have created prototypes on their
projects (17 out of 20).
3. Demonstrated proof of concept.
4. Designs are brought to life which can be
seen and interacted with.
Process
Current waterfall process will need to
be modified in order to accommodate
prototyping.
Collaboration
Adapting a modified agile process in
partnership with web development
can lead to better communication and
in...
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  1. 1. User Experience Design: Prototyping Presentation prepared by Diane Garcia
  2. 2. Designers are focused on documentation and should be exploring and executing their design vision.
  3. 3. Industry 47 User Experience Design job descriptions were analyzed. Approximately 50% of them required prototyping.
  4. 4. Skills A survey was administered to 20 UX designers across the organization to collect information on: • prototyping methods • comfort level with prototyping • enjoyment as part of their job.
  5. 5. Which methods of prototyping did you use? 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0
  6. 6. How comfortable would you be if prototyping became part of the process? 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Very Comfortable Comfortable Somewhat Comfortable Not Comfortable
  7. 7. Did you enjoy prototyping? 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 Yes No Maybe
  8. 8. “Instant gratification of seeing a design go to a working interaction.” “Enjoyed prototyping when I did it for design explorations.” “Helped clarify understanding and illustrated the direction the design should take.”
  9. 9. “Detail of coding takes away from the design focus.” “Most useful if it replaces creating specs.” “I’d feel very comfortable if we have the right tools and training and access to the standards components.”
  10. 10. Highlights
  11. 11. 1. Variation in skill set.
  12. 12. 2. Most have created prototypes on their projects (17 out of 20).
  13. 13. 3. Demonstrated proof of concept.
  14. 14. 4. Designs are brought to life which can be seen and interacted with.
  15. 15. Process Current waterfall process will need to be modified in order to accommodate prototyping.
  16. 16. Collaboration Adapting a modified agile process in partnership with web development can lead to better communication and increased efficiency.
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