This is a nice video on quick paper prototyping for design thinking.
A great way to present the concept, idea for your stakeholders. It applies to almost all type of domains. Not only web or mobile but even content creation and presentation designs too.
Usability & Feedback Tools
1. Silverback (free for 30 days then $49.95)
Before Silverback, people used to film user reactions to their sites with camcorders during testing, a slow an arduous process involving hours of video editing, not to mention intimidation of test subjects. Silverback, a fantastic app for Mac OSX (with iSight or equivalent) lets you film how a user responds to your site and track their clicks too. You can set chapter markers in the video, when something interesting happens, simply by pressing the “+” button on the Apple remote. Continue reading
The place where you will find all the Usability related stuff.
It is good to design usable interfaces and applications, but how do you know if you are following the principles or what should be the ideal one and many such questions which keeps on rising can now be addresed through this site. Just browse casually to find out what all is there in UC and am sure you will be amazed. A host of topics have been compiled and ready for reference is available to you just on a click of mouse. Apart from these you will find certain handbooks also which have been written by famous usability professionals like Dr Eric Schauffer & Jacob Neilson.
The famous Web Style Guide is also available. The Web Style Guide site houses an unabridged, online version of the third edition of Web Style Guide: Basic Design Principles for Creating Web Sites, by Patrick J. Lynch and Sarah Horton. You’ll find the complete text and illustrations from the printed book here.
Everything you always wanted to know about Information Architecture and Card Sorting techniques. Sample files and templates and a shareware for card sorting technique to make the entire process simpler.
A special User Centered Design(UCD) process toolkit. This toolkit offers an overview of the methods and techniques which can be used throughout the user-centered design process.
Visit Usability Central Now….and explore the standards and solutions for yourself.