Prototyping is one of my favorite aspects of UX design. It’s where the rubber meets the road in a sense, it’s where decisions about IA and User Story research get translated into UI. This article will present some hints and tips for my prototyping application of choice, UX-App.
This will be a 3 part guide.
If you’re interested in general tips for effective prototyping, then please check out my previous article. …
This is the first in what will become a series of unsolicited UX mini audits. Like many of you I use a variety of apps to help me get work done. If you’re a UX/visual designer or a developer, then I’m sure you’ve had moments, even in your favorite apps, where you’ve thought:
‘…hmm I wish this worked just a little bit differently’.
This series is devoted to these kinds of musings.
Buffer is an awesome app which you can use to help manage your twitter account. Just to be clear, Buffer is excellent. Clearly, it has been created by an amazing group of talented designers and developers. …
Many readers have asked about how I produced the prototypes used in the articles. I’ve been meaning to write about the tools and techniques I use as a freelance UX designer, and, given the interest in prototyping, I’ve decided to write a series of short tutorials about the this aspect of my workflow.
If you’re anything like me, a significant proportion of your time is spent communicating ideas about Users, UI and Information Architecture with clients, coworkers and management. Among the artifacts produced as part of any good product development process there are