Lauren Johnson’s Rapid Paper Prototyping
Saturday, November 2, 2013 at SketchCamp
Paper prototyping is an excellent tool for iterating through ideas and getting them in front of an audience for testing as quickly as possible. Using paper and pencil as a medium, paper prototyping can be done efficiently and with minimal budgeting. This talk with cover best practices for ideation, paper prototyping, prepping these prototypes for testing using a mobile app like POP (Prototypes on Paper), and then showing them to an audience for guerrilla usability testing.
Lauren Johnson has previously worked for Jellyvision and Fathead Design as an interactive designer, and currently runs the interaction company Goodspark in Chicago. She is a lecturer at Columbia College Chicago in the Interactive Arts & Media department teaching interface design, usability, and interactive advertising.
Learn more about the event at 2013.sketchcampchicago.com.