Lean Mobile Prototyping: Sketches to Clickable Prototypes in Minutes
As UX Designers, time constraints are something we all have to deal with, especially working in an Agile environment. We need to adapt and learn how to turn our ideas and designs into prototypes quickly. When working with mobile interfaces, it’s even more important to have these prototypes actually work on the intended devices rather than having to make test participants or stakeholders “pretend”.
Come to this exciting talk to learn about some tools and methods that will help turn your napkin sketches into working prototypes in minutes! Not only will you learn about some great tools and tips for making mobile prototypes quickly, but you’ll also have an opportunity to try them out, so make sure to bring your own mobile device (iOS or Android)!
Deb Biggar: Managing Director, UX Consultant – Boston Human Factors, Inc.
Leader in all things UX (User Experience) with 16 years focused on strategies for creating simple, effective and useful user experiences. Deb is equally talented with both usability research practices and interaction design.
An experienced UX consultant, Deb has been designing complex interfaces that make difficult concepts easier to understand since 2000. Deb is also the author of The UX Playbook (available on Amazon). She lives in Boston Massachusetts with her family, Colombian aupair, giant tree house and giant Dog. Deb has traveled to Peru twice to conduct user testing in Spanish for National Geographic Learning.
Her customers include Zipcar, iRobot, Enernoc, Cambridge Systematics, Cengage/ National Geographic Learning
Since 2000, Mad*Pow has partnered with industry leaders like Cigna, ESPN, John Hancock, Pearson, Microsoft and Google. They have received honors from the Webby Awards, the W3 Awards and the Inc. 500. Their team of 60+ works out of offices in Boston and Portsmouth NH.
Time and Location
6:15 – 6:45 Networking and refreshments
6:45 – 7:45: Presentation
7:45 – 8:30 Networking