Bobby Smith

Bobby Smith

Experience Designer.

High fidelity interactive prototypes

02 July, 2015

Recently I had the opportunity to work on the design of a college calculator and needed to create a high fidelity interactive prototype for the client to get the feel of how the user experience would be with the interaction. I have wanted to user Framerjs ever since I was told of it so I fired up my text editor and learned a bit more js.

The design shows the web application’s “shell” (top header and left sidebar) and how the calculator fits into the current design but giving the user a better experience of a complicated calculator with many inputs.

College Calculator Link

Note: Framerjs only works in Webkit browsers (which I didn’t find out until after I had sent it to my client who uses Firefox.) :/