Rapid Prototypes and Wireframes in E-Learning

Rapid Prototypes and Wireframes RECAP #86: Challenge | Recap

Rapid prototypes are a great way to show your clients a rough idea of your course or selected interactions. Prototypes are also helpful for testing interaction ideas before engaging your clients and stakeholders. Thanks to everyone who participated in this week's challenge!

Remember: The challenges are always open. You can jump into this or any previous challenge anytime and we'll update the recap post to include your work.

Tracy Carroll

Tracy Carroll

View demo | View outline | Learn more | Tracy Carroll | @1tracycarroll

Jeff Kortenbosch

Jeff Kortenbosch

Download (.pptx) | Jeff Kortenbosch | Website | @elearningjeff

Alexander Salas

Alexander Salas

View demo | Alexander Salas | Website | @stylelearn

Jane Maduke

Jane Maduke

View demo | Learn more | Download | Jane Maduke | Website

Ashi Tandon

Ashi Tandon

View demo | Ashi Tandon | Website | @ashi_tandon

Garima Gupta

Garima Gupta

Flowchart | Download (.pptx) | Garima Gupta

Mary Cropp

Mary Cropp

View demo | Mary Cropp

Cary Glenn

Cary Glenn

View demo | Cary Glenn | @glenncary

Karen Loftus

Karen Loftus

View demo | Karen Loftus

Jackie Van Nice

Jackie Van Nice

View demo | Learn more | Jackie Van Nice | @jackietrains

New to E-Learning Challenges?

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Share Your Wireframe Examples!

The wireframes and functional prototypes challenge is still open! If you have one or more ideas you'd like to share, please jump over to the original challenge and post your links in the comments section. I'll update this recap page to include your examples.

Functional Prototypes in E-Learning