Come join me at the June UX Boot Camp! We'll be designing a new interactive experience for public radio listeners and contributors. To sweeten the deal, I'd like to offer all IxDA members a special 15% discount. To cash in, just register here with the code "IxDAMember".
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?
Ripple* is an amazing way to experience sports events. And we are going to start this journey with a dedicated app version for the biggest sports gala on earth - London Olympics 2012. You can have a look at the project here - http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2023203973/ripple-an-app-for-london-olympics-2012-and-more
We are a team of Designers and Developers who are NINJAs at user experience design, interaction design, graphic design, WP7 development, iOS development and sometimes at photography and filming :)
This conference is all about how to create great design experiences in an Agile development environment. Jeff Gothelf and I busted our ass to deliver the highest quality lineup of thinkers in the AgileUX space in downtown Manhattan for under $100.