Monthly Meeting | UX Tool School: Justinmind
May 1, 2013 · 7:00 PM
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The UX Tool School is back! If you want a single prototyping tool that lets you do any type of concept or usability testing without programming an actual application, Justinmind is a great choice. For the May UX Speakeasy meeting John Akers will be talking about some of the the highlights and the ways he's been using it for the past couple of years in his job as an interaction designer at Intuit.
Justinmind Prototyper is a tool for developing prototypes for desktop, web, and mobile applications. It enables you to create any kind of prototype, from simple step-by-step wireframes all the way up to high-fidelity prototypes with real graphics, real data, variables, calculations, and conditional linking with no programming required. It lets you export HTML prototypes and integrate with web analytics and remote testing tools like Google Analytics, Loop, and UserZoom. It supports most mobile gestures like swipe and zoom, and you can create your own reusable widgets, or use ones created by others, for use across multiple different prototypes. For more information: http://www.justinmind.com/
The great folks at Justinmind have also generously donated a Prototyper license that will be given away to one lucky easy speaker on the night of the event. How cool is that!
Clem's Tap house is our location sponsor for the evening. Be sure and thank them for the tasty sandwich trays they will be providing. They are also giving every attendee a discount coupon to be used at their neighboring bottle shop. And better still they are once again working on getting one of the local breweries to do a sampling that evening. Keep your fingers crossed - we'll update you when we know.