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Unformatted text preview: exhausting • Some system features (and limitations) cannot be simulated • May be inappropriate for certain venues (e.g., home) Steven Dow, Stanford HCI Group, Oct 2010 Storyboarding ž༉ Versatile ž༉ Quick ž༉ Powerful Source: McCloud, Scott. Understanding Comics. Storyboards http://www.storyboards-east.com/sb_dismoi.htm Paper prototyping Source: Rettig, Marc. “Prototyping for Tiny Fingers.” Communications of the ACM archive Volume 37 , Issue 4 (April 1994) Hanmail http://www.mindspring.com/~bryce_g/projects/lo_fi.html http://bmrc.berkeley.edu/courseware/cs160/fall99/projects/t4/body/low-fi/ Powerpoint Prototyping Powerpoint Prototype Website Source: Kelly, Maureen. “Interactive Prototypes with PowerPoint”. http://www.boxesandarrows.com/view/interactive Powerpoint Prototyping Source: Brunette, Kynthia, et. al. “Meeteetse”. Indiana University. Student Contest Entry. CHI 2005. Tools ž༉ Paper, Cardboard, Transparencies ž༉ Tape, Glue, Rubber Cement ž༉ Pens, Pencils, Markers ž༉ Scissors ž༉ Plastic Tubes, Paper Cups, CD “Coasters” ž༉ Anything that you can buy in an arts and crafts store ž༉ …and video 5 User Testing http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/usability/facilities.html http://www.itl.nist.gov/iad/gallery.html User Testing Ingredients ž༉ Greeter/Facilitator ž༉ 2 Observers/Note takers ž༉ Prototype ž༉ Users!!!! Form prototype ž༉ Looks good ž༉ But doesn’t really work Project inkwell “Spark” computing device concept Source: Buxton, Bill. Sketching User Experiences. Morgan Kaufman, 2007. Nintendo via 37signals...
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