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[14 Dec 2017 | Comments Off on Presenting Prototypes to Stakeholders | ]

Sharing low fidelity user-interface prototypes with project stakeholders is a great way to transfer knowledge and get buy-in early from them. A low-fidelity prototype is a prototype that is sketchy and incomplete, that has some characteristics of the target product but is otherwise simple, usually in order to quickly produce the prototype and test broad concepts.

[3 Apr 2013 | Comments Off on Prototypes, Prototypes and Prototypes | ]

Scope creeping? Vision dissipating? Stakeholders disengaging? Team splintering? Specification ballooning? User experience rehashing? Application prototyping can help with these ailments and more by creating a common vision for team members, stakeholders and customers.

[11 Mar 2013 | One Comment | ]

Other creative disciplines, such as film, have long used storyboarding during the design process to explore the space of possibilities for their users, and to guide the production of compelling user experience. With user interaction patterns becoming more complex as UI technology improves, storyboarding has now become an excellent tool for user interface design, even in typical business systems.

[7 Jan 2013 | Comments Off on Writing Better Requirements with Examples | ]

Gathering requirements for software development is not always easy and IT guys will often complains that customers have difficulties to express what they want to achieve with a new development project. In this blog post, Lars Hoidahl discusses this topic and explains how examples and screen sketches can help to write better requirements.

[3 Jan 2011 | Comments Off on Mockup-Driven Development | ]

This blog post explores the concept of prototyping or mockups for web development and how you could integrate them in the final product.