Monthly Archives: May 2011

Tesco – from mouse to your house in 4 simple steps

I have to say the latest Tesco Cars venture seems a neat idea and the website is pretty good too. This website sells second-hand cars directly from bank, lease and fleet companies meaning good savings for buyers. There’s a well … Continue reading

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More on paper prototypes

Got a developer to do some paper prototyping yesterday for a calculator. An early version was drawn in a matter of minutes using hand drawn prototypes. We both found the experience useful for coming up with a creative approach and … Continue reading

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Paper prototyping

It’s easy to fall into a standard, templated approach when creating wireframes electronically. An approach which works well in encouraging a creative approach and also a speedy approach is called ‘Paper Prototyping; This is particularly useful when creating new websites … Continue reading

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