AxureWorld 2012

July 27, 2012 

AxureWorld sessions will be live, using the GoToWebinar platform. Once you register for the event (registration will open in July-1), you will get an invite with a link, which will enable you to join, on the day of the event.

The sessions will be recorded, and added here after the event.

5 copies of Axure RP 6 Prototyping Essentials will be ruffled among participating audiance, curtusy of Packt Publishing.

See you on July 27, 2012

Cheers,

-Ezra

Designing Mobile Applications

AxureWorld 2011

Session 1, 16:00 GMT, 10:00am CT

Panelists: Ritch Macefield (UK) 
André Muniz (Brazil)
Christopher Roosen (Australia) 

Session Details:
Ritch's session covered key issues and concepts related to:

  • prototyping mobile applications in general 
  • prototyping mobile applications using Axure 
  • prototyping mobile applications using Axperts’ mobile simulator

Ritch demonstrated a simple iPhone App called “Find my Friends” built using Axperts’ Axure mobile simulator, and how key aspects of the “Find my Friends” was constructed within Axure using the mobile simulator.

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Christopher focused on several aspects of usability testing Axure generated mobile prototypes, including: 

  • Determine the required prototype fidelity
  • Selecting the mobiles
  • Tips when creating the mobile prototype in Axure
  • Methods of putting the Axure prototype onto the mobile
  • Recording the mobile usability testing sessions

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André covered:

  • Mobile devices characteristics
  • Constraints when dealing with mobile
  • Portability
  • Axure in mobile prototyping

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Christopher Roosen

Panelist, Session 1, AxureWorld 2011

Christopher has been living experience architecture, information architecture and interaction design since 2003, after graduating with a Masters of Science (Honors) in Psychology from the University of Canterbury (NZ). He followed this with postgraduate certification in cognitive ergonomics and human factors from the University of Queensland (AUS).

Christopher specializes in interaction design, IA, usability analysis and experience architecture. He has deep domain experience in rich internet applications, real-time systems, mobile applications and process design. He has applied his skills in a wide variety of domains including: end-to-end transactional systems for the telecommunications and financial industries, cutting-edge medical interfaces, and leading mobile applications.

He is an Axure advocate and conducted some of the first Axure training in Australia. He has consulted with some of the largest and most innovative companies in Oceania, including: Westpac, Macquarie, Citibank, Optus, Telstra and News Digital Media. He is also a founder and director of Demibooks Inc. , a global software development company that specializes in software and services for mobile applications and interactive books.

He does blog-like things at christopherroosen.com and can be found in the usual places like LinkedIn (christopherroosen) and Twitter (@chrisroosen).