- Build HTML prototypes and organize them systematically
- Break designs into small, reusable components
- Use an HTML prototype to communicate an entire experience
- Annotate and collaborate using basic markup
If your team is transitioning from static documentation to iterative HTML prototypes, then this seminar is right up your alley.
Build HTML prototypes and organize them systematically
You'll ease your team's transition from documents to HTML prototypes.
- Find out why organizing your experience can actually speed delivery
- Shape the scope of your stakeholder conversations
Break designs into small, reusable components
You'll learn how prototypes can be built, broken into parts, and then put back together.
- Learn how to chunk designs and organize templates systematically
- Create a navigable gallery that load all your varied page layout and content variations
Use an HTML prototype to communicate an entire experience
You'll make conversations about experiences rather than documents.
- Demonstrate design alternatives to help stakeholders make choices
- Show multiple pages and variations simultaneously in one view
Annotate and collaborate using basic markup
You'll hear how EightShapes is leading collaborative prototyping as a practice.
- Use HTML markup for annotating templates, then hide it for usability testing
- Balance when to compose detailed notes versus relying just on a prototype
If you're an enthusiastic proponent of efficient and responsive design, then register now. Because you'll achieve both more quickly with Nathan's guidance.
Nathan explains what you'll learn in this 90‑second preview…
Nathan Curtis has been swimming in the deep end of the UX pool since 1996, when he started focusing his creative energies on IA, ID, usability, and front-end development. He's also an entrepreneur at heart, having founded the renowned EightShapes in Washington, DC, where he continues to make a splash today.
Nathan, who authored Modular Web Design, also led other UIE seminars we suggest watching, including How to Create a UX Design Library from September 2010 and Components vs. Patterns from January 2009. He also held a virtual seminar in 2011 on this topic of HTML prototypes if you need a primer. Find him on Twitter @nathanacurtis