Just curious to know what everybody uses to prototype their designs when user testing, and when presenting clients, or giving pitches to potential investors. I've seen a multitude of different resources used for user testing; anything from interactive pdfs, paper renderings, coded mock-ups and fully built software.
What sort of tools do you use for prototyping, and do those tools change with the device you're testing for?
I just started working in a UX team as a Interaction Designer together with one more Interaction Designer and a Content Strategist. My company didnt have a UX team until recently so we are all a bit confused on what our tasks are, should be doing. We are now working on a elevator pitch and a job description which is trickier that we thought. (I found this thread which was useful http://www.ixda.org/node/18648 )
Hi, My Name is Indrajeet Bakhale from Design Incubator R&D Labs Pvt. Ltd. Design Incubator R&D Labs is conducting a 3 Day Core Training Programme in
User Experience Design in Bengaluru and Delhi NCR this May.
Hi Everyone- I've taken a pot shot at making a first event! Many of us are located North of the city so I've set a date of Thursday, Feb.28th at the Oberoi Mall BBC @ 8pm (the BBC is on the 3rd floor near PVR cinema).
I'm a newbie hereI.. I'm an Industrial Designer with a Masters degree in Industrial Design and 4-5 years of wok experience. For the past 2 years, I have been working on Packaging and Graphics design.. I have done a little bit of everything..
I have been thinking about switching to Interaction design.... But I think I am confused as where to start?? Should I be going for a formal Masters Degree in Interaction Design/ HCI.. opt for Certifications or Online Courses ?