Prototyping tools + resources

28 Feb 2009 - 2:06am
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Andrei Herasimchuk
2004

I'm interested in fleshing out some more detail for the following:
http://make.involutionstudios.com/conceptcar/

I'm looking to add more tools + resources links and am seeking out
things I've missed in the process to make sure the list is as thorough
as possible. For example I know Scriptabulous is missing. I need to
add them but want to add as much as possible in one pass.

Thanks in advance for any help here.

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Andrei Herasimchuk

Chief Design Officer, Involution Studios
innovating the digital world

e. andrei at involutionstudios.com
c. +1 408 306 6422

Comments

28 Feb 2009 - 2:59am
Angel Marquez
2008

Superb.
Professional & elegant. Very clean.
Excellent use of technology to convey the message.

The layout is solid as well as the code.

I really like the use of color and the sketched icons.

I like how the dots fall to marginal for flash and silverlight, lol.

Good job.

iRise, I just evaluated the software. I did some of the courseware and a
couple of mentor sessions. The code reusability possibilities are
impressive. I just created a pattern library/work flow diagram based on a
possible project overview. iRise is worth checking out.

Coda is really nice to use. I just used it for some stuff and thought the
application had a big affect on my final product. Everything would have
looked and behaved differently if I had used something else.

I would add mootools to the javascript libraries and add CSS under
development: stylegala <http://www.stylegala.com/>
alistapart <http://www.alistapart.com/>

I would include the commonly used IE hacks along with the firefox's firebug
and web developer plugins, maybe the validators also.

What skill level are you aiming for? Do you want to introduce versioning,
IDEs, and bugtracking, dev environments (like
MAMP<http://www.mamp.info/en/index.html>&
WAMP <http://www.wampserver.com/en/> for the PHP people, and Tomcat etc...
for the java people)?

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