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Video Walkthroughs

Tuesday, May 12th, 2009
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This technique of demonstrating an interface using video comes up more and more often these days. It’s basically a combination between paper prototyping, video recording and then eventual sharing of it using online video web sites. Perhaps seeing the interface change with the help of real people and voice overs feels a lot more engaging then just looking at a wireframe document stack alone.

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One Response to “Video Walkthroughs”

  1. James Lytle says:

    Not a bad idea…if it actually were more engaging. The information I'm seeing and hearing is happening so slowly, plus the tunnel vision on the camera work actually makes the interface more confusing. BUT… bettter scripting, camera work, and perhaps even some decent editing with graphical overlays could, I believe, definitely make this meaningful presentation outlet.

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