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A sequence is like 'user flow' What you have listed is a possible sequence. Whenever you go to a website, you can begin at any point. For example, I may access 'warranty' first or 'testimonials'. To make a particular action/behavior more likely, you emphasize that button through strong visual design and contrast. So, for example, if selling if your ...
With only a day to prototype it depends of how many tasks you want your testers to perform, and how complex those interactions are. If you think that static screens will do the job, I would probably go for Invision, for its colaboration features and interaction helpers, and still very simple and fast. You would have do create your static screens in whatever ...
At the very beginning of a design I find anything more constrained than a whiteboard or paper and pen to be a big slowdown to creativity and overall speed of unleashing ideas. Only after a basic flow/layout is determined do I get into digital tools.
First of I have to state that I haven't tried this myself (yet). However, I have heard from alot of people having tried this solution with success. There is an online tool called Try My UI that supports user testing with InVision. I won't explain the process here since this link explains it well enough: http://blog.trymyui.com/2016/04/prototype-testing-...
You could try Loop11. The last time I tried their service, I was able to send users to any linkable prototype (external). You tell Loop11 which link on the website is the correct one for the conversion, and they will register it. They time it as well. You simply come up with the task questions and any follow up questions, and they handle the rest.
You can test your prototype in a number of ways: You could create a cliackable prototype for qualitative tests using something like Invision and then ask test users to complete specific tasks (like "Find out about weekend breaks in Paris") without guidance whilst telling you what they are thinking as they use the prototype. Alternatively you could run ...
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