Wireframing & Prototyping Workshop: Structure and Communicate Your Ideas
21

Saturday, 21 January

10 am – 4 pm AEDT

GA Melbourne

12A, 45 William Street
Melbourne , Australia 3000
$180 AUD
Regular Ticket
$180 AUD
Total

Questions? Read our FAQs

Wireframing & Prototyping Workshop: Structure and Communicate Your Ideas

Bryan Sun Photo


Experience Designer, Isobar

21

Saturday, 21 January

10 am – 4 pm AEDT

GA Melbourne

12A, 45 William Street
Melbourne , Australia 3000
$180 AUD
Regular Ticket
$180 AUD
Total

Questions? Read our FAQs

About This Workshop

This workshop will teach how to run a design studio and how to structure creativity. You will create lo-fi paper prototypes, critique and collaborate on your design. Finally you will learn how to use the popular interactive wire framing tool, Axure.

Get an overview on how to generate ideas, as a team, and converge towards one design solution. You'll learn when and how to use each technique with plenty of hands-on prototyping exercises over one full-day.

This class will be useful for designers, devs, UX practitioners, product teams and startup founders - anyone who needs a structure to generate ideas for a digital product and a prototype ready for user testing.

First part of the day:

  • Goal directed design; a simple framework to structure your ideas.
  • Learning how to run a rapid design studio with your colleagues.
  • Testing your designs quickly with a low cost method.


Second part of the day:

  • Axure intensive: interactive prototypes for desktop and mobile.
  • Using your prototype during a formal usability test.
  • Documenting and communicating your design effectively.

Prereqs & Preparation

A laptop + Axure 8 demo installed

About the Instructor

Bryan Sun Photo

Experience Designer,
Isobar

Bryan was originally trained in photography, in his former life he spent his days working in music, food and fashion.

Having Always been fascinated by design, he took a leap of faith, ditched everything and dived into the ever evolving world of tech and design. He's currently involved in a diverse range of projects, focusing on the design of services and experiences with some of Australia's biggest organizations

Bryan works as an experience designer at Isobar, Melbourne and is also an alumni of general Assembly's user experience design immersive course.

Refund Policy

Plans change. We get it. But if you can't make it to a class/workshop, please email us at least 7 days before the scheduled event date. No refunds will be given after this timeframe.

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