If you’re headed to San Jose in June for mLearnCon and you’re relatively new in the mobile learning field, you need to hear about the one-day certificate program we’re hosting before the conference.
Float’s mobile learning experts Chad Udell and Jeff Tillett will guide you through the process of “Prototyping for Mobile Learning” at mLearnCon on Monday, June 18. The session is geared toward beginner designers and developers, project managers, authors and publishers. Chad and Jeff will guide you through the process from idea to prototype – creating the initial concepts, sketches, wireframes, and mockups that will eventually turn into the prototype.
“Development of mobile apps can be tricky and requires a specialized skill set,” the session’s description says. “If you are new to this world, the barrier to entry likely overwhelms you. Prototyping should be a vital part of any mobile learning professional’s toolkit.”
Just a few weeks ago, our own Scott McCormick discussed four reasons why a mobile learning prototype might be your next best move. It’s a smaller effort than a full-blown app, it’s not as risky, it won’t drain your budget and staff, and it’s something people can actually see.
Additionally, Chad presented a session on prototyping at last year’s mLearnCon. Prototyping on a Budget (with virtually no budget and no tech skills) received tremendous reviews, and the slides from the session are posted below.
If you’ll be in town for mLearnCon and you’re curious about what mobile learning prototypes can do for your organization, sign up for Prototyping for Mobile Learning today>>