Your next milestone in the project is to create mockups for each page of your site. You will then present these mockups to your client for initial feedback.
Use Moqups. As we did in lab, follow these guidelines to construct your mockups.
Feel free to scan through the library and use other applicable stencils, like video players and form elements.
For each page that will have significantly different desktop and mobile layouts, create both desktop and mobile mockups. If all your pages will reorganize in roughly the same way on a mobile device, create just one representative mobile mockup.
Since we are limited to 10 active projects in Moqups, you must take care to deactivate your project when you are not working on it. Follow this workflow:
Present your mockups to your client—ideally on paper. Walk through each page one-by-one and solicit their feedback. Write down your client’s comments directly on the paper.
If your client is remote, use Moqups’ sharing feature and walk them through the electronic version. Write down their comments on your own paper copy.
Write a paragraph summarizing your client’s response. What needs to change? Did the client get caught up on any specific details about the content, instead of just evaluating the overall structure? What new ideas did the visual representation inspire?
Prepare a document with the following content:
Present this content in a professional manner. You may use design software of your choice.
Turn in a paper copy of your document at the beginning of class on March 27.
Your mockups must be turned in on time to receive credit. Documents received after the posted due date will not receive any credit, but must be completed regardless. Project deliverables build upon each other, so you must complete this step in order to complete the next deliverable.