Science of prototyping

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Talks on Prototyping done at Sunnyvale, CA and Singapore.

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Science of prototyping

  1. With  cute   puppies!   Prototyping the science Uday M. Shankar Yahoo! – Sunnyvale, CA April 2010
  2. Prototyping the science Uday M. Shankar Yahoo! – Sunnyvale, CA April 2010
  3. ‘Copyright’ Disclaimer! Have used quotes, ideas, slides and graphics from many sites including yahoo, google, slideshare etc. This workshop is not about adobe tools. Its about prototyping techniques.
  4. Who  am  i?   •  Owns  Prototyping  in  UED  in  India   •  11  years  experience  in  the  field   •  Was  with  Nokia  before  Yahoo!  
  5. You already know ‘What is Prototyping?’ WHY PROTOTYPE?
  6. Prototyping Origin - 1603, from Gk. prototypon "a first or primitive form," protos "first" + typos "impression."
  7. THE WORLD IS CHANGING
  8. POLITICS IS CHANGING
  9. INTERFACES ARE CHANGING
  10. Applications are changing Global 2005+ Now+ Rich Internet Web Applications Applications Reach 1998 1992 Local Mainframe Client/Server Text UI Rich Integrated media GUI
  11. Yahoo! Is changing
  12. Users *have* changed
  13. Experience has changed RICH   strategy   INTERNET   technology   design   APPLICATIONS  
  14. Isn’t it time we change too?
  15. All that’s fine… What exactly should we do? PROTOTYPE!
  16. Create it, Learn from it, Change it, Refine it SO, WHERE DO WE BEGIN?
  17. Axure  RP   Pro   Lucid  Spec   iPlotz   Fluid  IA   Flairbuilder   Denim   HotGloo   Designer   Mockup   Petra   GUI  Design   Simulify   Vista   Screens   Studio   Flash   Catalyst   Pencil   Balsamiq   Mockups   JusLnmind   OmniGraffle   SketchFlow   Powerpoint   SketchFlow   RapidRabb.it   Protoshare   iRise   Easy   Prototype   Visio   ForeUI   Mockflow   Fireworks   Professional  
  18. Balsamiq
  19. Flash Catalyst
  20. Workflow yesterday Visual  Designer   InteracLon  Designer   Developer  
  21. Workflow for tomorrow Visual  Designer   InteracLon  Designer   Developer  
  22. Blah… Blah… Blah… LET’S WALK THE TALK NOW…
  23. Now that we know how its done. BASICS OF PROTOTYPING
  24. Work smart, not Hard Do not over-engineer Don’t let ‘legacy’ design for you Keep it quick & dirty
  25. It’s not all that simple and smooth RISKS OF PROTOTYPING
  26. Beware of Feature creep Don’t let design bias your user Don’t put on the FE hat
  27. I dare you… QUESTIONS
  28. Thank you

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