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Rapid Prototyping

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Learning to prototype will save you time and money in the development process. You’ll create quality apps faster and have confidence in the viability of your products.

Learning to prototype will save you time and money in the development process. You’ll create quality apps faster and have confidence in the viability of your products.

Last Updated March 7, 2022

Prerequisites:

No experience required

Course Lessons

Lesson 1

Low-Fidelity Prototypes and User Research

Create a basic prototype and learn how to conduct effective user research.

Lesson 2

Medium-Fidelity Prototypes with inVision

Build a clickable and interactive prototype and collect user feedback through InVision.

Lesson 3

Lifelong Prototyping

Continue to iterate on your prototype. Learn how to talk to designers, engineers, and investors about your prototype.

Taught By The Best

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Jay Harman

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Carl Sziebert

Instructor

The Udacity Difference

Combine technology training for employees with industry experts, mentors, and projects, for critical thinking that pushes innovation. Our proven upskilling system goes after success—relentlessly.

Demonstrate proficiency with practical projects

Projects are based on real-world scenarios and challenges, allowing you to apply the skills you learn to practical situations, while giving you real hands-on experience.

  • Gain proven experience

  • Retain knowledge longer

  • Apply new skills immediately

Top-tier services to ensure learner success

Reviewers provide timely and constructive feedback on your project submissions, highlighting areas of improvement and offering practical tips to enhance your work.

  • Get help from subject matter experts

  • Learn industry best practices

  • Gain valuable insights and improve your skills

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