November 14: From Concept to Prototype Workshop Details
Join Preston McCauley in a very fast paced, intensive workshop where you will examine the stages and processes of the development cycle. You will leave with a clear understanding of how to get a product from the depths of the brainstorming sessions to a living, breathing prototype. You will participate in individual, team, and group exercises to understand key concepts and unlock your creative and critical thinking.
This workshop is selling out fast, too. It is our most popular one. Seats are limited.Register today. We expect to sell out!
Who Should Come
This workshop will benefit anyone who participates in the product design life cycle. It is an ideal session to attend if you are a beginner, student, or intermediate user experience designer, a product manager, business analyst, project manager, and so on. If you are not sure if this is the right session for you, leave a note or question in the comments and Preston will respond.
What You Will Learn
- How to visually think through your ideas
- Ways to identify and overcome hidden agendas
- Determining requirements when only fuzzy ones existed
- Building consensus and common visions
- Moving from concepts to prototypes
Meet Your Instructor
Preston McCauley runs the UI Design Guide and plays a mean game of Texas Hold’em (just ask Todd Zaki Warfell). Preston talked about UI design, requirements, and played Texas Hold’em with a crowd of people. If you know Preston, you will understand why he is the perfect teacher for a class on moving from concepts to prototypes. Preston lives in a world on concept testing and rapid prototyping (and poker cards).
You can bet that Preston will play alot of games in his workshop. Everyone will come out a winner, too.