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PROTOTYPING 101
WHY
PROTOTYPE?
“Idea describing
is different than idea
.
explore
possibilities
demonstrate
ideas
gainempathy
withusers
THE DESIGN
PROCESS
Define problem
space, set goals,
and formally
outline what
“success” means
Analyze the
“current state”
of the problem,
mar...
define explore create implement
traditional
view
prototyping
define explore create implement
prototyping
but
really...
prototyping
prototyping prototyping
RAPID
PROTOTYPES
•	Cheap
•	Simple
•	Quick
•	Disposable
reflect
record &
observe
create
conditions
invite
participation
“the value of prototypes
resides less in the models
themselves than in the
interactions they invite.
	 -Michael Schrage
APPROACHES &
EXAMPLES
Build It!
Image: Boonsiri Dickinson
Image: David Bellona via Behance
Wireframe It! Image: emmealcubo via flickr
Image: Mike Rohde via flickr
Image: Evernote blog
Act It Out! Image: icopythat via flickr
Image: NESTA, Prototype Barnet
reflect
record &
observe
create
conditions
invite
participation
be iterative!
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DT:DC Prototyping Workshop

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Content presented at DT:DC's Summer of Design 2013 covering the topic of prototyping. This presentation culls examples from across the design industry and builds heavily upon lessons learned from my graduate studies at SCAD under Dianna Miller, Bob Fee, Christine Miller and Sarah Jo Johnson as well as industry research and real-world project experience in service design and UX design.

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DT:DC Prototyping Workshop

  1. 1. PROTOTYPING 101
  2. 2. WHY PROTOTYPE?
  3. 3. “Idea describing is different than idea .
  4. 4. explore possibilities demonstrate ideas gainempathy withusers
  5. 5. THE DESIGN PROCESS
  6. 6. Define problem space, set goals, and formally outline what “success” means Analyze the “current state” of the problem, market, or industry of interest Explore user needs and collect inspiration Condense findings through visual and written models Design and co- create solutions Prototype, iterate, and refine Formulate business model and financial projections Develop implementation plan Prioritize Opportunities Synthesize findings Present options Deliver go to market strategy - define explore create implement
  7. 7. define explore create implement traditional view prototyping
  8. 8. define explore create implement prototyping but really... prototyping prototyping prototyping
  9. 9. RAPID PROTOTYPES
  10. 10. • Cheap • Simple • Quick • Disposable
  11. 11. reflect record & observe create conditions invite participation
  12. 12. “the value of prototypes resides less in the models themselves than in the interactions they invite. -Michael Schrage
  13. 13. APPROACHES & EXAMPLES
  14. 14. Build It!
  15. 15. Image: Boonsiri Dickinson
  16. 16. Image: David Bellona via Behance
  17. 17. Wireframe It! Image: emmealcubo via flickr
  18. 18. Image: Mike Rohde via flickr
  19. 19. Image: Evernote blog
  20. 20. Act It Out! Image: icopythat via flickr
  21. 21. Image: NESTA, Prototype Barnet
  22. 22. reflect record & observe create conditions invite participation
  23. 23. be iterative!

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