Call for participation in the tutorial for designing and prototyping for the responsive web being conducted at the 11th Aisa-Pacific Computer Human Interaction conference being held in Bangalore, India.
Crowne Plaza, Electronics City Bangalore: Tuesday, 24th September
I've used several different tools to develop prototypes for presentations and user experience testing. Increasingly, I'm hearing more and more chatter regarding Adobe Muse. I'm wondering if anyone has used this to develop rapid prototypes and whether it's worth investing the time and effort to learn.
Hello, Pittsburgh community. There have been a number of successful threads on the main IxDA discussion forum, debating the merits of different prototyping tools, or at least mentioning the existence of many. What do you find to be the best, or easiest-to-crack-into, tools for designers to create interactive prototypes? For articulating concept; communicating behavior to developers, clients, or other stakeholders; and testing for success?
Here are just a few mentioned in threads on the main forum within the past year.
Anyone recommend an organization/individual/web resource that they've used to receive formal training in Axure RP? In person preferred, but online training will also be quite alright. How much did it cost and what levels of instruction were available? Thanks!
There are some new tools from Adobe coming together with the launch of CS5, which it takes place April 12. Flash Catalyst is one of them, which it seems to be a tool totally based on our community (interaction designers)