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Get Out Of Your Head! Learn to draw your UX solutions with wireframes

Tuesday, February 19, 2019, 5:00 P.M. – 7:00 P.M.

Located in the UCSD Design Lab, Atkinson Hall, Suite 1601

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Before the fancy visual designs, animations, and code that come with fully-realized ideas – and after the the initial problem definition phase – there exists a phase where designers imagine solutions and express them in the earliest versions. That phase is wireframing.

Wireframing acts as the skeleton of whatever website or digital product that you’re designing. Wireframes are common technique to get ideas and proposed solutions out of your head and into a shareable format. They are also a fast and effective way of communicating your ideas with the rest of your team.

In this workshop, you’ll learn about the basics of wireframing, where they fits in the lifecycle of a Project, and how to successfully create them. While software is often used in the creation of wireframing, students in this workshop will explore low-fidelity paper wireframing as a means to rapidly test and iterate on new concepts.

During the workshop, each student will create a set of paper wireframes for a mobile website.

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