Full day training course offered at Usability Week New York City

Wireframing and Prototyping

Quick and cost-effective technique for identifying major usability issues early with sketches and paper. Perfect fit for Agile and Lean processes

Wireframing and paper prototyping (also known as low-fidelity prototyping) is a low-cost, rapid iterative design technique that offers one of the best methods for gaining design insight early. Catching major usability problems early means you won’t waste precious time, effort and money developing designs that may fail. (In contrast, user studies done late in the development process usually have their findings deferred until "the next release.")

In this course, you’ll discover how to use lean UX prototyping medthods to increase collaboration among multi-disciplinary teams, and how it can save your company substantial time and money.

"This is how I wish I'd always developed apps."

Alex White, Creative Team Lead
Dynetics Inc.

Instructor

Kara Pernice

Kara Pernice is the Managing Director at Nielsen Norman Group. Pernice uniquely combines her 20-plus years of research knowledge with her design experience and business education to help organizations derive interfaces which are usable, useful, and surpass business goals. Pernice is accomplished at evaluating any design situation to determine or craft the most fitting research method, conduct or lead the research, observe and analyze user behavior, and convert this analysis into outstanding design. Pernice has led hundreds of intercontinental research studies, and is expert in many usability methods. Read more about Kara