Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Prototyping From A Whiteboard Sketch

Today Alex Joseph, Enric Gili and I were brainstorming about an app enabled by HANA technology. During the session, we followed our design philosophy of thinking mobile first and sketched a mobile user experience on the white board. Enric suggested that we use an iPhone prototyping tool called POP, which our colleague Fazlul Hoque had recommended a few days back. Faz is a fellow design thinker and believes in the philosophy of Look and Flow.


The app is advertised as a tool to make iPhone prototyping easier for those who draw on paper. We realized that the same holds good for those who draw on the white board too.


So when you have a simple prototyping flow sketched on the white board during a prototyping session, you can take pictures of the screens using your iPhone and within minutes create a rough prototype, right there on your iPhone, to simulate the look and flow of your idea. You can also share the same with your colleagues via email within seconds.



Check out the app at Popapp.in   If you are interested in our product design philosophy and methodology where we discuss many such techniques, check our kindle book Look and Flow.

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