Discover the process of creating a mobile app prototype from start to finish!
This workshop is designed to show you how to easily translate your mobile app idea into a fully functional and interactive prototype.
From the design of the idea to the real time simulation on the actual device, this workshop will give you the essentials to do just that in less time than you could’ve imagined.
The Connecticut UXPA and Justinmind are coming together for this event hosted by Sarah Bloomer, a UX expert with years of experience from UX Managers symposium and our very own product manager, Victor Conesa.
Sarah will show participants why and how to efficiently plan their app. You will learn how to efficiently sketch to highlight and solve design problems before starting the app wireframe as well as the different techniques to do so. Victor will then guide the participants through the process of rapid app prototyping to build and wireframe a mobile app in Justinmind, including designing interactions and transitions, emulating on device, testing, exporting and gathering feedback. He’ll also give out some tips and tricks around some features to prototype faster and better in Justinmind.
As mentioned in the CTUXPA event page, this workshop is ideal for designers, IAs, BAs, UXers, developers and anyone interested in creating mobile apps —And no programming knowledge is required!
When and Where?
Friday, June 5th, 2015 from 1pm to 5pm at the Central Connecticut State University Institute of Technology and Business Development (Third Floor Conference Center, 185 Main Street New Britain, CT 06051) The event is free as part of the Hartford Tech Week and there’ll be free beverages and food!