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New Pocket Guide: Web UI Design Process (The Visual Power of Mockups)

Jerry Cao
By Jerry Cao on 18th March, 2015 Updated on 1st February, 2017

Designed as a quick read, our first pocket guide explores different approaches to creating mockups in the design process.

Some are traditional, others are unorthodox. All are practical.  Get a sneak peek! 

What’s inside the e-book

The pocket guide is designed as a hyper-focused version of our much more robust e-books.

In this case, we dive into the role of mockups in the UX design process (which we first described in The Guide to Mockups). 

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This pocket guide will help you: 

  • Understand how to use mockups compared to low-fidelity wireframes and UX prototypes 
  • Explore traditional UX design processes, and more efficient hybrid processes adapted for Agile
  • See the full range of fidelity in the UX design process  

So go ahead and check it out, and feel free to share with anyone who might find it useful. 

Download the free pocket guide

Jerry Cao

by Jerry Cao

Jerry Cao is a content strategist at UXPin where he gets to put his overly active imagination to paper every day. In a past life, he developed content strategies for clients at Brafton and worked in traditional advertising at DDB San Francisco. In his spare time he enjoys playing electric guitar, watching foreign horror films, and expanding his knowledge of random facts. Follow him on Twitter.

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