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Prototype your Android applications, the (U)X-factor

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Presentation (partial) given at the GDG DevFest Berlin 2013

Presentation (partial) given at the GDG DevFest Berlin 2013

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  • 1. Prototype your Android applications, the (U)X-factor http://www.flickr.com/photos/grovemade/4679018251/
  • 2. Overview What is a prototype Who Why How can I make one
  • 3. who are You
  • 4. who am I @welsinga +WiebeElsinga
  • 5. What is a Prototype
  • 6. able Test Early version of an idea
  • 7. these are not prototypes
  • 8. this is not a Protoype
  • 9. neither is this
  • 10. This is a Protoype Pranav Mistry
  • 11. and this ? iPod
  • 12. and you know this one...
  • 13. Why should we Prototype
  • 14. To answer questions ...and generate new ones
  • 15. Explore alternatives Stylus
  • 16. Fail early and p ly hea c
  • 17. Visualize ideas !
  • 18. Visualize ideas and share
  • 19. Visualize ideas and share team investors users client
  • 20. So you Fake it ...till you Make it
  • 21. Who will make the prototype
  • 22. Customer Interaction designer Visual designer Programmer
  • 23. What makes a good prototype Stephen Booth Photography
  • 24. “Quick” “Cheap” “Minimal” “Testable”
  • 25. Before you start huffingtonpost.co.uk
  • 26. Experiential Prototyping
  • 27. Tactical Prototyping
  • 28. Development proces
  • 29. Creating a prototype
  • 30. 1 Plan
  • 31. define user stories “I want to see where I am on a “I want to share this information map” with my friends” “I want to see at what time my train leaves” identify tasks
  • 32. create userflow diagram
  • 33. Sketch rough interface screens
  • 34. 2 Build
  • 35. UI stencils
  • 36. Showing paper
  • 37. Templates
  • 38. Keynotopia
  • 39. Keynotopia
  • 40. In the cloud
  • 41. http://www.flickr.com/photos/aurelia-m-perez/ “Balsamiq” so many...... “ClickDummy” “Mockingbird” “Proto.io” “WireframeSketcher”
  • 42. 3 Test
  • 43. Test several prototypes
  • 44. Choose the right users http://www.flickr.com/photos/jetalone/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/aurelia-m-perez/4935745174/
  • 45. 4 Refine
  • 46. Discuss results
  • 47. Integrate findings
  • 48. Test, test and test http://www.flickr.com/photos/
  • 49. 5 Share
  • 50. Just play
  • 51. To sum up 1. Plan 2. Build 3. Test 4. Refine 5. Share
  • 52. Conclusion “A picture is worth a thousand words” “A prototype is worth a thousand pictures” http://www.flickr.com/photos/8562434@N07/5378881926/
  • 53. Thank you! Questions?