MIX09: Design Prototyping: Bringing Wireframes to Life

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Graphics, Project Management, Development on April 21, 2009


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See how "design prototyping" differs from other techniques, and learn how to determine when a prototype is needed. Understand how to tailor your prototype to a particular audience, gather techniques for bringing paper sketches to life, and how interactive sketching can fit in an Agile process.

Dan Harrelson

Dan Harrelson is a senior technologist at Adaptive Path. He has an extensive background in web application development, IT administration, systems analysis, and design. He has over 10 years of technical and business experience, with expertise in all aspects of architecting and coding online media. Dan's unique understanding of both design and back-end systems allows him to help clients realize their product's full potential.

Prior to joining Adaptive Path, Dan was the Director of Technology at Extractable where he directed the technical aspects of all projects as well as developing front-end applications and back-end management tools. He was also a senior web developer for Cable & Wireless, designing and overseeing much of the development of the international telecom's corporate web site as well as a web developer for Nortel Networks.

Past clients include Charles Schwab, EA, Vivendi, FedEx, Sun, Visa, and SanDisk.

Dan graduated with a bachelor's in Graphic Communication from Cal Poly University in San Luis Obispo.

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