Learn the Tips, Tools, and Process Required to Plan and Execute Effective UX Prototypes
By Stephanie Schuhmacher
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Final Release Date: April 2017
Run time: 1 hour 51 minutes
InVision is a software tool that makes it easy to quickly create prototypes of web sites and mobile apps; and share them with others. This course teaches you how to use InVision to build your own prototypes. Stephanie will provide a hands-on look at InVision's tool sets and demonstrate how prototypes (unlike static wireframes or screen mock-ups) make it possible to demonstrate a web site or app.
You'll learn why prototyping helps you find and fix usability problems before anything is hard-coded; and understand how prototyping facilitates cooperation and concept alignment among team members, and perhaps most importantly, your clients.
Understand what prototyping is and how it fits into the UX design process
See why UX designers, interface designers, and product managers use InVision
Gain experience building a prototype in less than 10 minutes without writing any code
Discover how to integrate InVision prototyping into your existing workflow
Explore built-in tools for feedback collection, collaboration, and project status tracking
See the plug-in for Sketch and Photoshop that speeds up the design workflow
Understand how to prepare a prototype for hand-off to engineers for development
Stephanie Schuhmacher has designed and prototyped digital experiences for the web and mobile apps since 1995; including award winning products such as the NetSpend Personal Financial Management Tool Suite (named Most Innovative Prepaid Program by the 2010 Paybefore Awards). Currently the Manager of User Experience at Lifesize, Stephanie co-founded the Austin, Texas chapter of Ladies that UX, taught Visual Communications and Web UI Design at Austin Community College, holds a BA in art from the University of Texas, and is a published author on UX design issues.