June 10 – 12 Austin, Texas

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808 Mobile Rapid Prototyping Through AppSmashing

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Thursday, June 11

Instructional Design


The instructional design process is iterative. Going from analysis with subject matter experts (SMEs) to design and back can consume precious time and resources. Developing learning materials away from the customer can sometimes yield surprises during pilot and deployment.

In this session you will draw upon strategies from design thinking, rapid prototyping, and app smashing to learn ideation techniques to create low- and then high-fidelity representations of instructional content that guides later development. You will discover how this approach allows clients and stakeholders to have direct input to how the final product will look, feel, and act, resulting in fewer surprises later on. You will leave this session having learned another way of thinking about mobile learning design and development that provides greater flexibility in how you work with SMEs and learners.

In this session, you will learn:

  • How to ideate using Post-It Plus
  • How to use design thinking for rapid prototyping
  • About digital video production with iOS
  • Techniques for prototyping with SMEs
  • Lexicon leveling on the fly

Novice designers, developers, and project managers.

Technology discussed in this session:
iOS; Post-It Plus; video shooting techniques; green screens.

Urbano Delgado

Learning Experience Designer

Connect the Dots

Urbano Delgado is a learning experience designer at Connect the Dots. Using mostly low-cost apps and mobile devices along with a design thinking workflow, he saves time, effort, and budgets by putting ideas to work soon after they first see the light of day. Urbie holds an MSEd in instructional design and a BA in behavioral science. Since 1998, he has produced interactive learning experiences for humans in high- technology manufacturing, finance, K-12, law enforcement, and healthcare.

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