App Design: Create a Working Prototype
with Alexandra Moran
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01 Introduction to Prototyping05:12
About The Class
Add interactivity to your designs with ease.
This class will show you how to prototype mobile apps easily, no coding required. Prototyping your designs - first on paper, then using simple, interactive online tools - will allow you to visualize the flow of your app, and test whether or not users will flock to the idea. Join expert web/UX designer Alexandra Moran to learn how to use the industry’s most effective methods for prototyping your mobile app. In this class, you’ll learn:
- How to use the software Sketch and InVision for prototyping
- How to storyboard your app, working out the product flow before spending resources on coding and building
- How to integrate user testing into the prototyping process
Software Used: InVision 2016
Introduction to Prototyping05:12
Creating a Prototype in InVision10:06
Testing Your Prototype03:19
Asking For Input03:26
Utilizing InVision For Client Feedback01:43
Applying (And Ignoring) Prototype Feedback02:10
Alexandra Moran is a visual and UX designer, with agency and in-house experience. Growing up Alex was always making—with clay, fabric, paper, you name it. After encouragement from her parents to turn her crafting into a career, she obtained a BFA in Graphic Design & Interactive Media, and has been (professionally) making ever since. ... read moreSee instructor's Classes
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Is a bit odd not to hear ANYTHING about the next step. I mean, from prototype to an actual app. What if the next step ends up not making possible to materialize the prototype in whatever aspect? I missed the education and bigger sense of tutoring about APP. Way too basic. Just go straight to the InVision website. It's all very intuitive. This is more like an ad.
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