Walk through a step-by-step process to build a simple application. You’ll put the pieces together with Nate’s help, then leave the workshop saying “I can do this.”
An hour of prototyping can save days of meetings and misunderstandings. Collaborate with developers earlier to refine interactions; your team—and users—will thank you for it.
You already write some CSS and HTML in a text editor for browsers. Now it’s time to boost your front-end development chops, and Nate’s got you covered.
See how your prototype actually works on different kinds of devices.
A fast way to communicate your ideas—without breaking anything or changing everything.
Prototype sooner and your entire process will be tighter. Your team will be happier, too.
With Nate’s help, you’ll build a mobile prototype — something like a Tripit- style application. You’ll build out the pages for the prototype, use widgets like lists, create a detail page, decide how to handle transitions, and even experiment with different themes. You’ll have everything you need—including a great coach—to get your prototype up and running.
Nate Schutta is one of those people who makes everyone feel comfortable. He’s an exceptional coach who seems to provide such practical advice that it’s like he’s known us for our entire lives.
Well, you’ll see. (And it’ll be lovely, too, because he happens to be an authority on designing beautiful presentations.)
Nate’s expertise in prototyping comes from working with cross-functional teams. As a software architect, he focuses on making usable applications — the ideal end-result of any project. He’s written two books on AJAX and Java, and he’s a fan- favorite at the talks and workshops he’s delivered around the world. Plus, he’s got an HTML5 Live Lesson that you can download.
In the evenings, he’s an adjunct professor at the University of Minnesota, where he talks about what he’s learned, the tools and methods he uses, and the benefits of dynamic languages. So if you’re reading to step into some mobile prototyping with a seasoned instructor, now’s your chance.