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Wednesday, May 30 • 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Prototyping For People Who Hate Wasting Money

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Rapid Prototyping Workshop: Iterate quick and effective low-fidelity prototypes to improve usability
 
LED BY: Stephanie Nguyen and Sabrina Williams
Half day

We are faced with building solutions to highly complex problems with dense policies, hundreds of stakeholders and vulnerable populations who need services and help everyday. How do we build something in a feasible time frame without packing features into one massive release?

After the problem statement and ideation phase, the prototyping phase comes in. Using user-centered design methods, we will guide workshop participants to [design > test > build] through key prototyping concepts. Here, we will guide you step-by-step through exercises that show you how to rapidly prototype low-resolution concepts from hand-drawn sketches to clickable prototypes to better meet the needs of your users.

THE GOALS OF THE WORKSHOP ARE TO:

▸ Learn what products and processes look like in various stages (beginning to end)
▸ Use goal/metric-focused design; a simple framework to learn and iterate
▸ Layout and learn low-resolution prototype options
▸ Effectively communicate, deliver and measure usability tests with users
▸ Document and present process + receive feedback from stakeholders

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
▸ Those involved with scoping, managing, or delivering the technical and design requirements of a project
▸ Roles that are more hands-on in the development, design and iteration (as opposed to high-level lead roles) in seeing the delivery of the product or service
▸ Front-end engineers or technical team members who work closely with design teams to be able to pair work
▸ Team members who need a framework to generate ideas for a digital product and a prototype ready for user testing
▸ Beginners welcome, no prior experience is needed

Wednesday May 30, 2018 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Room 208

Attendees (5)