Foreword

I was lucky enough to attend a workshop run by Dan and Ben––the authors of this book––about prototyping a few years ago. I remember thinking at the time, “I wish there was a book that talked about the what, how, and why of prototyping”. So when SitePoint asked me to help co-ordinate a series of books on UX, this particular book was top of the list.

Before reading this book I had no idea you could quickly make a shareable, clickable prototype with nothing more than a Sharpie, some paper, and a clever set of easy-to-use tools; from paper to mobile screen in minutes. There are many ways to prototype and this book helps you take your ideas and make them real.

The power of a prototype is the ability to take user needs, prioritise them and ...

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