Now that we’ve got a wireframe, let’s make it interactive by turning it into a clickable prototype in Figma. This is where UI and UX come together.
This free, 2-hour workshop gives you hands-on practice creating a clickable prototype from a wireframe in Figma. You’ll learn about the basics of prototyping and why it’s crucial to the UX design process and get a crash-course in MVPs (Minimum Viable Products). Then, get to work in Figma – using frames, overlays, screen delay, and horizontal scrolling – to turn your wireframes into clickable prototypes.
You’ll leave this workshop with the confidence to continue exploring the world of ux design, and a solid start to your UX Design portfolio. If you still have questions about what a bootcamp or a career in UX Design look like, make sure to join us next week for a live Meet-the-Team session where we’ll cover the basics and answer all of your UX design questions.
You’ll leave this workshop knowing:
Brittney Posternock (BP) is a UX Facilitator. She has lead 50+ workshops and research projects at organizations like International Youth Foundation, World Bank, MicroStrategy, International Monetary Fund, Capital One and is a board member at Northern Virginia Mental Health Foundation. She recently spent 10 weeks in Saudia Arabia teaching UX in partnership with General Assembly and MiSK Academy.
Before shifting her career to user experience design she managed operations teams at SoulCycle and Nordstroms and has 15+ years of experience in customer experience.
As a facilitator, researcher, and educator Brittney uses active listening techniques to guide conversations and learning. She believes that getting feedback early is the pathway to great design and is passionate about spreading the importance of human-centered design across every touchpoint of a business.
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