Chapter 5: Picking the Right Tool
In 2008, I ran the first survey on prototyping for this book. My goal was to understand what tools UX people are using for prototyping, why they’re using those tools, and what they want from those tools. I also wanted to see how my experiences and choices compared to the rest of the UX community.
Roughly 200 people responded from a variety of UX backgrounds, including researchers, designers, developers, product managers, and business analysts.
This chapter discusses the results of that survey and offers some guidance for selecting the right prototyping tool for your environment.
When I started this book, most of my prototyping was done using HTML and CSS. Honestly, I had to fake the majority of ...