Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Book Review: Effective Prototyping for Software Makers

Techniques on creating prototypes ...

"Last year, I had the pleasure of contributing to Jonathan Arnowitz and Michael Arent’s special issue of Interactions magazine that focused on prototyping. Based on our conversations and the other contributions to that issue, I looked forward to seeing their forthcoming book on the topic.

I’m a great believer in prototyping as a means of rapid application development and am always looking for ways to improve my craft. Imagine my delight at the prospect of cruising through 600 pages devoted to the subject!

Effective Prototyping is an ambitious undertaking that in some ways redefined the meaning of prototyping for me. No reader is likely to absorb this tome from cover to cover—certainly not in one sitting and maybe never. The authors have tried to include as much information as possible on the topic, resulting in an extensive reference that paradoxically leaves me unsatisfied."    (Continued via UXmatters)    [Usability Resources]

Effective Prototyping for Software Makers

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