MIND THE GAP           European Intensive Programme           on Prototyping Web Apps           May 9th, 20
TEAM
TEAM
WELCOME
LANGUAGE BARRIER
JUST SHOW IT!
SHOW DON’T TELL
SHOW DON’T TELL
SHOW DON’T TELL
SHOW DON’T TELL
ANYWAY...
WELCOME in GHENT...
GHENT...
GHENT...
GHENT...
WHAT ELSE?
WHAT ELSE?
WHAT ELSE?
WHAT ELSE?
PERSONAL FAVES
PERSONAL FAVES
PERSONAL FAVES
PERSONAL FAVES
MIND THE GAP
SINT-LUCAS
KAHO SINT-LIEVEN
DAVY
WIO
BACK TO PROTOTYPING!
SHOW AND TELL
SHOW AND TELL
SAVES TIME AND MONEY
GENERATIVE
HOW TO ???
PAPER PROTOTYPES
Paper Prototypes
Paper Prototypes
Paper Prototypes
Paper Prototypes
Paper Prototypes
Paper Prototypes
CLICKABLE MOCKUPS
CLICKABLE MOCKUPS
CLICKABLE MOCKUPS
CLICKABLE MOCKUPS
CLICKABLE MOCKUPS
CLICKABLE MOCKUPS
CLICKABLE MOCKUPS
HTML5, CSS3 & JQUERY
QUESTIONS ANYONE?
CHECK WEBSITE
CHECK WEBSITE
TEAM BLOGS
PLEASE REGISTER NOW
PLEASE REGISTER NOW
BREAK!
BREAK!SEE YOU BACK @ 11:00!
Introduction and Prototyping
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  • what do you do when you’re abroad and find it hard to explain something?\n
  • funny and cliché\ncliché: designers and developers don’t speak the same language\nclichés often hold a bit of truth\n\n
  • the language problem goes beyond designer-developer relationship\nthere’s always the client of course\nbut in big projects there are more people involved\n
  • what do you do when you’re abroad and find it hard to explain something?\n
  • my dad recently\n
  • in most design industries, lo-tech models are used as a design and communication tool\nthese are also called “prototypes”.\narchitects use them.\n
  • and the car industry\n
  • fashion designers\n
  • even dentists and surgeons use prototypes\n
  • anyway,\ni haven’t welcomed you yet really\n
  • \n
  • ghent is in lonely planet’s top 10 list of cities to see!\n
  • the city has an interesting history and nice architecture\n
  • but it’s also know for it’s liveliness, especially gentse feesten in summer\n
  • there’s something to do everyday. check gratisingent.be for free stuff to do!\n
  • and now that you’re here in belgium you should at least try the famous belgian waffles\n
  • and french fries of course, which aren’t french but belgian!\n
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  • my personal favorites\n
  • my personal favorites\n
  • my personal favorites\n
  • anyway, we’re here together for “mind the gap”\na project which brings together designers and developers\nand uses the prototype as design and communication tool\n
  • the first week is at this campus, sint-lucas visual arts\nart university college\n
  • the second week is at kaho sint-lieven, a technical university college\n
  • davy organises teaches rich internet applications and flash development\n
  • i co-organize \ni teach web & mobile design and motion graphics\n
  • anyway, we need to get back on track!\n
  • we allready discussed that a prototype is the ideal communication tool because it shows\nno more danger for misinterpretation\n
  • if you just tell what you want people can misundertand or misinterprete easily!\nno more danger for misinterpretation\n
  • it also saves time and money\nerrors get detected early in the process\n
  • a prototyping approach also generates much more ideas\nthis more often leads to better, innovative ideas\n
  • so, what could a web app prototype be like?\n
  • the easiest way to prototype is doing it on paper\n+ no technical difficulties\n+ inclusive: anyone can join the process\n+ opens up ideas\n
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  • +easy\n-sometimes client doesn’t get it’s a prototype\n
  • +easy\n-sometimes client doesn’t get it’s a prototype\n
  • +easy\n-sometimes client doesn’t get it’s a prototype\n
  • +easy\n-sometimes client doesn’t get it’s a prototype\n
  • +easy\n-sometimes client doesn’t get it’s a prototype\n
  • +easy\n-sometimes client doesn’t get it’s a prototype\n
  • + can be basis of final production stage\n+ ideal to check app flow\n- a little techie\n- usually ugly\n
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  • Introduction and Prototyping

    1. 1. MIND THE GAP European Intensive Programme on Prototyping Web Apps May 9th, 20
    2. 2. TEAM
    3. 3. TEAM
    4. 4. WELCOME
    5. 5. LANGUAGE BARRIER
    6. 6. JUST SHOW IT!
    7. 7. SHOW DON’T TELL
    8. 8. SHOW DON’T TELL
    9. 9. SHOW DON’T TELL
    10. 10. SHOW DON’T TELL
    11. 11. ANYWAY...
    12. 12. WELCOME in GHENT...
    13. 13. GHENT...
    14. 14. GHENT...
    15. 15. GHENT...
    16. 16. WHAT ELSE?
    17. 17. WHAT ELSE?
    18. 18. WHAT ELSE?
    19. 19. WHAT ELSE?
    20. 20. PERSONAL FAVES
    21. 21. PERSONAL FAVES
    22. 22. PERSONAL FAVES
    23. 23. PERSONAL FAVES
    24. 24. MIND THE GAP
    25. 25. SINT-LUCAS
    26. 26. KAHO SINT-LIEVEN
    27. 27. DAVY
    28. 28. WIO
    29. 29. BACK TO PROTOTYPING!
    30. 30. SHOW AND TELL
    31. 31. SHOW AND TELL
    32. 32. SAVES TIME AND MONEY
    33. 33. GENERATIVE
    34. 34. HOW TO ???
    35. 35. PAPER PROTOTYPES
    36. 36. Paper Prototypes
    37. 37. Paper Prototypes
    38. 38. Paper Prototypes
    39. 39. Paper Prototypes
    40. 40. Paper Prototypes
    41. 41. Paper Prototypes
    42. 42. CLICKABLE MOCKUPS
    43. 43. CLICKABLE MOCKUPS
    44. 44. CLICKABLE MOCKUPS
    45. 45. CLICKABLE MOCKUPS
    46. 46. CLICKABLE MOCKUPS
    47. 47. CLICKABLE MOCKUPS
    48. 48. CLICKABLE MOCKUPS
    49. 49. HTML5, CSS3 & JQUERY
    50. 50. QUESTIONS ANYONE?
    51. 51. CHECK WEBSITE
    52. 52. CHECK WEBSITE
    53. 53. TEAM BLOGS
    54. 54. PLEASE REGISTER NOW
    55. 55. PLEASE REGISTER NOW
    56. 56. BREAK!
    57. 57. BREAK!SEE YOU BACK @ 11:00!

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