More practical then Google Glass? Closer to release? More impressive?
Here’s the presentation deck from the November PANMA event in Philadelphia.
Whether you are creating a new project, developing a app or launching a new website, join us to learn about the latest strategies in brainstorming and prototyping. During this session we will highlight specific tools, techniques and workflows to help you kick-off any project the right way. Learn how to communicate a concept, beginning with low-fidelity prototypes, gather user feedback and translate into high-fidelity prototypes BEFORE you start development. So bring your pens, crayons, markers and paper to get your ideas out of your head and make them a reality!
What you’ll learn:
- How to get started, the tools, techniques and applying prototyping to your process
- Techniques for paper, web and app based prototyping
- New web based apps to accelerate the process
- Collect feedback, review and prioritize next steps
- Mobile based apps and tools for quick prototyping
- Dozens of resources and tools to get started
What did you notice about it?
How did it make you feel?
What did they use for audio?
What about the graphics?
Lots to think about and get inspired by…
This one is from 2014 WWDC called Perspective, interesting effect and message.
Great music track and video can change everything. Starts at about 9 seconds.
Beats by Dre Presents: LeBron James in RE-ESTABLISHED 2014 – Powerbeats2 Wireless
There’s a great deal of buzz in our industry about HTML5. Chances are that the development tool you’re using to create eLearning can output to HTML5, but most instructional designers are not sure why that feature is important. HTML5 is also a subject that, for many, is clouded in confusion, with learning professionals often unable to translate the technical discussion into understanding of what the technology makes possible.
Check out the amazing courses and apps that won this years Learning Solutions SolutionFest 2014. It’s free and you’ll get the inside scoop of how each course was built, what challenges were faced and get some fresh ideas that you can apply to your content. Register Today for the SolutionFest Webinar
View & download a copy of presentation for 2/3/14 at Training 2014 in San Diego.
This presentation will provide you with the foundation you need to get started in mobile design and development. You’ll learn best practices for designing for mobile and what challenges you may face in platforms, smartphones vs. tablets vs. next generation touch devices. Floro will discuss and provide techniques for designing mobile apps that work, from sketching to wireframing to prototyping and launching a course, web app or mobile app. You’ll learn what tools you can use to help visualize concepts and how to prototype quickly without breaking the bank.
A great video to demonstrate current challenges on delivering content on various mobile hardware and platforms today. It’s getting better, but slowly.
Whether you are developing a new course, selecting a new LMS or thinking about developing a mobile app you’ll need to understand what’s involved in designing and delivering content on mobile devices from smartphones to tablets to hybrids, this webinar will provide a overview of what you need to define, how to sketch out concepts, prototyping and testing your ideas and then how to deliver. You’ll learn about apps vs web apps and understand which works best.
The webinar topics cover:
Understanding Mobile technology and how to take advantage of it
Analyzing your audience and how they are accessing your content
3 Major types of Apps, how you can use them in learning and looking beyond them
Prototyping tips and techniques from paper to functional prototypes
Several App and Course examples under the microscope
Improving Your Project Management, Brainstorming, and Prototyping Tools and Techniques
After watching the video, they use a video based background, where you can continue viewing the content and they show you some amazing examples on the iPad of how to use it.
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