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From sketches to hi-fi prototypes
Working on a case study takes some time but finally we turned our sketches into working clickable hi-fi prototypes. 🚀
Attended an online bootcamp
Writes a UX case study
Final Week 🏁This week is the final week of my UX/UI Bootcamp with Memorisely. 🏁
Looking back to the last week, our progress was amazing. We fully concentrated on UI components in Figma and made huge progress with our case study for Unplugged. We turned the sketches ✏️ from our fast prototyping sessions into high-fidelity prototypes 💻 and it’s each time fascinating how simple lines come to live.
Working in class together #supafast ⚡️and creating new components using auto layout and combining them as variants is always huge fun. Diving deep into Figma, getting used to all functionalities and practicing to get even more faster is the most important thing to take out of here. 🎯
Again I appreciated to work together with Lilibeth Bustos Linares, who is such an inspiring person. ✨ It’s so awesome to work as a team, share our knowledge and creativity and bring our ideas to live. I will miss our regular working sessions after our case study will be finished. So I am looking forward to staying in contact also without a shared project working on. 😊
4 days to go until graduation and lots of things to finish until then. So let’s go! 🚀
Read a book
Learned Something New
Show your workby Austin Kleon
When you're on Polywork I think you do not need to read this book. You already know how to show your work, that you do not have to wait until you or your work is ready.
For sure, you know that regular content forms a bond with your audience, that humans are interested in other human beings. You have overcome the feeling that you've nothing to show and you know that you're doing a kind of art and just have to show it to your audience in the right way.
So, I am quite sure that you already started documenting your work, so that you always have something in your social media queue to share with your audience that is helpful or entertaining. You're doing this regularly because you're aware of the fact that when you will show something little each day it will become something huge in the end.
And hopefully, you're recognized that Polywork is the next social platform. Even if it's a really special one, networks come and go, some stay for longer, some don't make it for long. That's why you rely on your website, your blog or portfolio, or whatever. Your personal space where you can show who you are and what you do and being independent of any platform out there. (But please stay on Polywork 😊).
I am happy to share these insights with you, as we all know - you have to give if you want to get and just when you share your expertise you will get the same back from others.
Tested for Accessibility
Accessibility checkChecking my own outdoor blog for accessibility and must say - I am not happy with the results. 😐 So we will improve our color palette in the future to make our stories and images more enjoyable for everybody out there!
Happy weekend everybody! 🏔
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Writes a UX case study
Customer Journey MappingCombining marketing know-how with design skills and mapping out a customer journey map for Unplugged.rest.
Just love to work in Figjam 💛
Information ArchitectureThis week I collaborated with a great designer from San Francisco on the in information architecture and of Unplugged.