From whiteboard to working prototype. How a startup takes shape!

Following on from last weeks post on the Launch48 experience I thought I might share some visuals of the process from whiteboard, to wireframe, to working prototype during the development of the we.teach.us web app. Initial Sketches Whiteboard Mockups Under the Launch48 model our designers didn’t have the luxury of a detailed requirements document or style book to guide the look and feel of the tool. Instead, we spent the first couple of hours... Read More

SXSW – Day 3: Bulletproofing your UX Strategy

5 Steps to Bulletproof User Experience Strategy from Robert Hoekman, Jr The single most overheard phrase at SXSW? “I’m an interaction designer from New York”. Pretty impressive, considering the User Experience field of work didn’t really existing – at least in its current form – until a couple of years ago.   As a result, South-by is a bit of a mecca for UX designers, and provides an amazing opportunity... Read More

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