✍And how does that make you feel?
An article on why I used Framer X for testing and iterating interactive prototypes.
The article explains a little on how we structure our testing sessions, insights on how to run a successful testing session and, of course, what feature we tested.
I then move into deeper waters and explain the benefits of using #framerx, and how I prototyped some simple functionality. I will write another article in the coming months to explain in more detail how I designed and prototyped everything in Framer X 🦋
🔗 Link in bio
Any feedback? Let me know in the comments 🗣👇
2 weeks ago
It was time to enhance the #Behance. Just added a study of mobile interactions within #FramerX and an updated #UX case study for Packet. Link in bio.
2 weeks ago
I’m very pleased with the progress of the project I am currently working on.
With few papers filled with wireframes and scenarios it was easy to explain to potential clients how the product supposed to work. After brief interviews with them I could see if design of the product was on the right track and listen to some pain points.
When I got enough information it was time to start creating prototypes. It is really easy to create quick prototypes with current tools today. For example, #framerX allows me to create interactive prototypes and run them on a real device.
I give this device to users and just watch them use the product. Great way to gather valuable feedback and quickly modify experience of the product if needed.
Great progress but there is still a lot work to do :)
I’m currently going though the course on Framer X Playgrounds by @mengto on designcode.io (Which is really awesome). -
I wanted to build concept shoe store app based on a card style design, to then prototype the design using Framer X
I haven’t completed the course yet but having something to apply your learnings to is great.
#productdesign #ui #ux
#uxdesign #interface#uidesign#appdesign #userexperience
#userinterface #productdesigner#uiux #interactiondesign