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I have to generate charts as well. I usually use highcharts or excel to create the prototypes and then place them into photoshop (or an HTML mockup of the site) depending on what's required. In either case, unless the prototype is an examination of the chart itself, the data has not mattered much. A generic line or area chart is often sufficient. I ...


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When doing UX for data vis, the actual data matters. For example when showing bar charts with data that you want people to compare, your wireframes need to clearly show that the Y axes should have the same maximum and minimum values. Another example: if you have two bar/line charts where the Y axes have the same minimum and maximum values, they're best ...


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This is a complicated question that touches on several important issues. I will attempt to answer by focusing on two core issues. Do you see a use for someone to come in, like myself, on a freelance basis to prototype motion in AE? What other tools do you find beneficial for this? Absolutely. There is a large demand for freelancers to provide ...


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I used to work in a firm where they really tried to encourage the use of animation in user interfaces. Their belief was that animation should be defined roughly at the very earliest stages of prototyping. Hence, it was the duty of the UX people to enhance their wire-frames with animations. So when they searched for a tool that even UX people with no ...


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If you are looking to create high fidelity mock ups, I don't believe that there is a system where you can input your style guide, and have the system use that as a basis. Personally, I use illustrator with Flinto as well as Pixate to create my (interactive) mockups



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