Prototypes can quickly convey ideas, prove concepts, and help solve problems, but they can also be problematic. So when are they worth focusing on? Drawing from his experience, Matt D. Smith shares stories and perspectives on when and why prototypes should be built, how they can fit into agile workflows, and the role a designer has in creating them.
About Matt D. Smith
Matt D. Smith is the owner and design director at Studio Mds, an independent studio in Athens, GA doing work for clients all over the world. He created the Float Label Pattern for input fields, which is now a standard in Google's Material Design Guidelines. He's also the creator of AIUX, an online course that helps you master wireframing and RWD with Adobe Illustrator.
He's a proud father of four and his oldest son recently taught him how to drop in on a 6-foot ramp with a skateboard.
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