A Hands-On Introduction To Building Wireframes
Tuesday, September 10th 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Sarah Dzida, UX Designer, JLR Interactive
In this 90-minute class, we'll overview the theory and practice of building wireframes, and introduce students to some of the tools available for creating workable mock-ups to be used in product design. The session will introduce the principles and rationale for using wireframes in a project, and how to use wireframes as a collaborative tool during the design and development process.
This class is a great opportunity for junior and mid-level designers, consultants working in digital or IT, developers that want to learn more about design, and project managers to improve their understanding of interaction design.
About the Instructor:
Sarah Dzida is a UX Designer and Strategist for JLR Interactive in Los Angeles. She builds wireframes, sitemaps, process flows, prototypes and all the other fun deliverables clients like to get. In addition to working with startups, agencies, enterprises, dev teams, design teams and stakeholders, she writes articles, essays and poetry. They've been featured online, in print and at the Architecture + Design Museum in Los Angeles.
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