San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Andrew Puchle, UX Architect at Fusion Alliance, will share a technique called paper-in-screen prototyping. Learn how to load low-fidelity paper prototypes into mobile phones to allow test participants to interact with these prototypes on a mobile device.
This technique provides the tactile interaction that goes hand-in-hand with mobile user experience.
Andrew will discuss the benefits of paper prototyping, including cost savings during the software development lifecycle. He will also provide salient information on how to promote this type of user experience design to clients and to business stakeholders.
Refreshments will be provided.
5:30 - 6:15 pm: Networking, refreshments from Potbelly
6:15 - 7:15 pm: Presentation
7:15 - 7:30 pm: Q&A, Discussion
ABOUT OUR PRESENTER:
Andrew Puchle, User Experience Architect at Fusion Alliance, makes software that not only works, but is intuitive to use - one of his life's great passions. Having received a Master of Science in Human-Computer Interaction from Indiana University at Indianapolis, coupled with a B.S. in Informatics, Andrew has felt very fortunate to pursue a dream career that involves helping to make software that engages users and affects their lives positively. For more information, visit www.puchle.com
ABOUT OUR SPONSORS:
Fusion Alliance is a technology solutions consultancy. Fusion designs and builds digital and technology solutions that address today’s most pressing initiatives for complex organizations
- Serving national and global businesses across multiple industries for 20 years
- Over 450 clients, including Fortune 500 and higher
- Nearly 300 employees and growing
- Double-digit revenue growth
- Creator of commodities market demand chain and contracts management software
- Offices in Indianapolis and Cincinnati
Fusion’s core solutions offerings:
- Digital Strategy & Planning
- Digital Product Launch
- Content Management
- Enterprise Collaboration
- Business Mobility
- Software Development & Integration
The UC Mobile AppLab facilitates mobile app development for the UC community. This collaborative space is dedicated to advancing the state of research and practice in the development and use of IT for enhancing the performance of individuals and organizations, providing a forum for interdisciplinary work on issues related to IT, and facilitating information exchange between the academic and business communities.
SPECIAL NOTE TO ATTENDEES:
Updated Location: The UC Mobile AppLab is located within the Steger Student Life Center on Main Street within the University of Cincinnati campus. (The AppLab is located right next to Subway on Main St. It is across from the Tangeman University Center and Nippert Stadium.) The closest parking garage is the Woodside Garage or the Campus Green Garage, which are both accessible from the Martin Luther King Road entrance to campus. UC is providing validated parking vouchers at the end of the meeting - so parking will be free!
When & Where
We believe superior user experience is directly linked with great interaction design, and that idea sharing is key in building knowledge and creating best in class experiences.