Dynamic Prototyping with SketchFlow in Expression Blend: Sketch Your Ideas And Bring Them to Life!: : Chris Bernard, Sara Summers: Books. This book is for designers, user experience pros, creative directors, developers, or anyone who wants to create rich, interactive, and compelling. Learn about the process of design, where it’s been (with regard to manufacturing and engineering) and where it’s going. Included is an outline.
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Here’s an overview of what those processes look like when we follow the techniques and practices that the Intitute of Design employs. Description This book is for designers, user experience pros, creative directors, developers, or anyone who wants to create rich, interactive, and compelling products.
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Lei Yu rated it really liked protoryping Jul 27, AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Understanding SketchFlow Chapter Roba marked it as to-read Dec 28, DevFacto added it Nov 07, If you stick to it you will learn how to use SketchFlow from project concept to sketching and prototyping.
Keep in mind this is one evening of just speed reading through the book not months of heavy use. The SketchFlow Player allows you to explore the prototype from the first moment on, even while it consists of nothing but a few rough sketches. It would be nice to go to the web site and see a list of corrections or be able to download the missing files.
Being productive with SketchFlow does require you to understand some of the basic ideas of the Microsoft platform, which may be more that you wished for when you thought you were just going to draw boxes on some pages. And Bring Them to Life!
A journey back in time, to how other industries successfully built products in a time of disruptive change, is a great start. I read through most of this book in a night in the same manor that I read most development books, speed read to the important parts.
Abhishek Singh Sikarwar marked it as to-read Jun 04, Bryan Blanchot marked expresxion as to-read Feb 05, Creating the form or appearance of an object or artifact is certainly a part of the design process, and it’s often referred to as graphic design, visual design, or communications design. Also, I used Expression Studio 4 and I was very happy to discover that they provide all of the projects for the book for both version 3 and version 4 of expression studio.
It’s actually possible to be good at both of these things and not have folks that can serve as translators between these two schools of thoughts as well. For creating graphic assets for the Web or Silverlight, Windows, and Surface.
Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment. I remember teaching user interface design courses back in the mid-nineties.
Set Up for Behaviors Chapter But, as other reviewers have mentioned prototypingg is sometimes difficult to follow the examples because the steps are unclear, or the resources are difficult to find. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. It makes it easier to experiment with ideas for dynamic user interaction.
Direct observation and anthropological techniques are often used. Incorporating Data Chapter This book is for designers, user experience pros, creative directors, developers, or anyone who wants to create rich, interactive, and compelling products.
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