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Prototype Fidelity Web 2.0 Expo NYC

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These are the slide from the presentation that was given by Matthew and myself at the last Web 2.0 Expo in NY 2008. It really needs us talking to get the most out of it, but I wanted to share, …

These are the slide from the presentation that was given by Matthew and myself at the last Web 2.0 Expo in NY 2008. It really needs us talking to get the most out of it, but I wanted to share, because sharing is nice.

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  • http://flickr.com/photos/twisty/1489423358/
  • …you won’t cry.
  • But do have a beer if you’d like…because you probably learned something.
  • Or for the very analytical…
  • Scan and add sketch stuff to this
  • By a show of hands, how many of you would be willing to raise your hands if we were to poll the audience and you fell in the raise-your-hands category?Who would describe themselves as a designer? A user experience person? A developer?Who here has created a prototype before?http://flickr.com/photos/romainguy/249370084/
  • http://flickr.com/photos/iguanajo/523172993/
  • For the analytical of you…
  • For the optimists…at least partially fullFor the pessimists…not entirelyemptyhttp://flickr.com/photos/track27/3299127/
  • For the analytical of you…
  • Or for the very analytical…
  • And at least partially empty
  • Or at least if you do need to throw it out or significantly change it…http://flickr.com/photos/dhinson/1290445055/
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    • 1. ***End-to-end prototyping example***
    • 2. Rule #1: Make it
    • 3. Fidelity > 0
    • 4. Rule #2: Leave things out
    • 5. Fidelity < 100%
    • 6. Fidelity < 1
    • 7. Rule #3: Be prepared to throw it away
    • 8. “Not enough gets said about the importance of abandoning crap.” -Ira Glass, host of NPR’s “This American Life”
    • 9. Lo-Fi The whiteboard
    • 10. Hi-Fi Using Animation
    • 11. The Wireframe
    • 12. Lo-Fi HTML
    • 13. Medium HTML
    • 14. Paper Prototyping

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