Put your hands in the air and wave them around like you just don’t care because the Move Your Tale website is finally done! Continue reading
It’s been about 5 months since I’ve had any movement on the Move Your Tale website due to my client needing time for other things, but we are now in full swing once again. Continue reading
Alright my babies, are you ready to see the next prototype for Move Your Tale?
(I’m now going to pull one of those incredibly annoying reality TV tactics where they are just about to tell you who was kicked off the show this week…and…DUN DUN DUN! Commercial! Continue reading
I spoke with Kristin about a new Move Your Tale logo, and she had some great ideas. Even better, she emailed me a ton of photos that resembled what she was looking for in a logo. Being a visual person, this hit the spot for me, and I was able to design a nice, clean, and simple logo. Continue reading
With the changes I made from the paper prototyping phase, I’m now ready to create a high-fidelity prototype. Since this project is relatively small, and the paper prototyping phase had such few changes, I’m going to move into coding the website for my high fidelity prototype. That way, I can test and refine this prototype while coding the website. Continue reading
Welcome to the wonderful world of paper prototyping where users can tap their way through your site using nothing but their fingers. Continue reading
Since I’ll be using responsive design for the Move Your Tale website, I decided to sketch out wireframes for smartphones first and then wireframes for tablets (the tablet size can also be used for desktop screen sizes).
I learned something right off the bat – even though I am an artist, I apparently cannot draw a straight line. Continue reading
Alright, I’ve determined the user needs and business needs for the Move Your Tale (MYT) website. Now it’s time to figure out how I am going to meet those needs. Continue reading
Once I determined the user needs for the Move Your Tale website, I met with Kristin to regroup about the project. She was very happy with the user needs, and then we discussed the business needs for Move Your Tale. Continue reading
Just to sum up the user needs for the Move Your Tale website: