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About the Course
By the end of this project, you’ll be able to create low-fidelity prototypes for mobile apps. You’ll build your wireframes with Adobe XD. XD is a vector-based graphics design and prototyping program for websites and apps. This program gives you the ability to design multiple iterations of webpages, all the way from wireframes to high-fidelity mockups. When you use XD to create wireframes, you’ll be able to test and compare lots of different layouts—then save and share those designs.
During this project, you’ll put together a low-fidelity design for a coffee subscription service. First, you’ll get used to navigating the XD workspace. Then you’ll create a wireframe for a mobile screen size. Next, you’ll create an interactive button that will help users navigate your prototype. Then you’ll connect all the pieces with clickable triggers to simulate links between different portions of your design. Finally, you’ll test and share your work!
By the end of the project, you’ll be comfortable creating prototypes for quick proof of concept and usability testing....