Apps for Appalachia: Reading - Prototyping for Little Fingers

Reading - Prototyping for Little Fingers

If you would please read Marc Rettig’s Prototyping for Tiny Fingers, that would be wonderful.

We will use this technique in class next week; I recommend taking some notes so you have a “cheat-sheet” with the important/critical bits for each of the three roles involved in a prototype testing session.


We’ll go over this in class.


Learning Objectives

  • Usability Testing and Theory 1.1: Demonstrate the ability to develop basic mobile interfaces in low-fidelity materials.
  • Usability Testing and Theory 1.3: Perform light-weight tests within a group as part of the prototyping process.