Event number 3 is happening next Wednesday.
Kanayama-san (aka “Toy-san”) will talk about eye tracking testing on mobile devices.
Edit: Also, Yamauchi-san will talk about “Sound interaction design”
As usual it’s at 7pm in Shibuya at Gengo (thanks Gengo).
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Maybe see you next week.
Event number 2 was on prototyping. Thanks to Gengo for hosting us again, and thanks to the presenters of the four short prototyping demos …
• Richard Hatton on Omnigraffle
• Ryo on Axure
• Me (Tom Coombs) on Motion
• Mark McFarlane on XCode
In preparing for the session we compiled a list of prototyping tools, which you might find useful.
And thanks for coming. Here’s the attendance list (please let me know if there are any inaccuracies) …
See you next time.
Thanks to everyone who came to UX Talk Tokyo’s first meeting last night, and thanks to Gengo for being such great hosts.
Some sketches from Adrian:
And some pictures from Rob.
I’ve started a resources page so we can build resources over time. Richard’s Sesame Street reference is on there, with a few diagrams. I’ll add more.
Posted here (because it’s a record of the conversation more than a definitive resource), the UX process …
That’s it. Until next month …