UX Prototyping

  • 12.10.2023 at 10:00 - 15:00 / Onsite
  • held by Veronica Hoth
  • module: Validation
  • level: Basic

Location: TU Berlin, Coworking Space EINS/Room BH-N 008, Ernst-Reuter-Platz 1, 10587 Berlin

Language: This workshop is held in German, communication in English is also possible.

The workshop teaches the methods and basic concepts for creating concepts for digital products. At the beginning, the problem is analysed and then the requirements for the system are considered from the user’s point of view. With the help of a user flow diagram, the user guidance of the app can be visualised. Based on this, simple wireframes are designed that represent the user interface. These are then provided with interactive surfaces to create a click dummy. This interactive prototype can in turn be used for user tests (e.g. usability test). In this way, the participants learn in a workshop all the necessary methods and procedures in practice to transform an idea for a digital product into an interactive prototype.

Course of the workshop:

A brief insight into user-centred design according to DIN 9241-210
User persona – getting to know users
Workflow – defining work steps
Collecting requirements for the system from the user’s point of view
User flow – visualising user guidance
Digital wireframes – design user interface
Prototype/click-dummy – simulate interactions

Veronica Hoth , Veronica Hoth Mittelstand-Digital Zentrum Fokus Mensch (digitalzentrum-fokus-mensch.de)

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