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  • For today our definition is going to focus on ‘making things better for people’. You can probably think of examples you have already used today. Coffee Makers. Watches. Phones. Pens & Pencils (don’t have to use quills anymore). Some of you may have used a medical device such as a blood glucose meter. All of these things, in different ways, have been designed and re-designed to make things better for people. Good Design is based on tried and true, demonstrated design principles. Such as Functional.
  • We are just building paper prototypes todayYou can build a story board using sticky notes as frames; kind of like a comic book. Draw the UI in the frames showing a progression: first this, then that, then that.[page down]
  • Or sketch out a web page on the flip charts. Here is an example of a website with drop-owns and list boxes. Obviously NOT going for a nice, complete, polished design. Think BRAINSTORM. The purpose is to communicate your idea. There are more stickies, paper, markers, stickers for you to use. Plan on spending about a half hour – until 2pm on your prototype. Then spend another 15 minutes practicing your pitch. Plan to spend 5-7 minutes pitching your idea to Julie. You should include a little bit about your persona so Julie will know who you are designing for.
  • Stage two – when have better idea of contents/functions, more experience and focus
  • JakobNeilsen: useit.comA List Apart: http://alistapart.com/Fast Co Design: http://www.fastcodesign.com/Smashing Magazine: http://www.smashingmagazine.com/UX Booth: http://www.uxbooth.com/UX Pond Acute Search: http://www.uxpond.com/UX Stack Exchange: http://ux.stackexchange.com/UI Patterns: http://ui-patterns.com/Patterny: http://patternry.com/WebDev Refinery: http://webdevrefinery.com/Twitter Tim Brown ‏ @tceb62UX Archive ‏ @uxarchiveCrystal Ehrlich - UX ‏ @cbehrlichNielsen Norman Group ‏ @NNgroupPeter Morville ‏ @morvilleNick Finck ‏ @nickfAlan Cooper ‏ @MrAlanCooperxDA ‏ @IxDAFred Beecher ‏ @fred_beecherWebdesigner Depot ‏ @DesignerDepotAza Raskin ‏ @azaUX Yoda ‏ @UXYodaJared M. Spool ‏ @jmspoolPatrick Neeman ‏ @usabilitycountsChristopher Fahey ‏ @chrisfaheyJeffrey Zeldman ‏  @zeldman  

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