The best prototypes are ones that slipstream right into our design process. We want the ability to quickly take sketches from a whiteboard to something interactive.
So you want to prototype? | jeremy johnsonMisc
UXPin App – reuse photos of sketches in this wireframing appMisc
An interesting approach, taking a photo of your sketch and using it in your wireframing/prototyping tool. I wonder what happens if you need a full-blown spec. I’m afraid it’s not really scalable.
Axure Shortcuts CheatsheetMisc
Prototyping: Fidelity & TimingMisc
Regardless of the tools I’ve listed and missed, the point is that you should set a goal for yourself to understand your project and client well enough that you have a good feel for, at a baseline:
B) Your skill set
D) Client Type
The Power of Prototyping – An Interview With Todd Zaki WarfelMisc
Rapid Prototyping Tools Revisited – Adaptive PathMisc
The list of rapid prototyping tools has been updated and can be found below. The list has grown to 42 items with 18 new or updated tools. Please comment with your own perspective on these tools and send me links for more! I’ll update the list (hopefully more frequently) with your suggestions.
That’s a great interface idea: Goalscape (a goal management tool)Misc
Cohdoo Higlight – iPhone app recording user research / interviewsMisc
This sounds like the ultimate nerd web service tinkering tool: ifttt.comMisc
Create tasks based on triggers. Someone you follow on Posterous posts something interesting? Be notified on your phone. Send an SMS and have it delivered to your Facebook status. The possibilities are massive!