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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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Well, I let me begin this by correcting this part “you construct a task-flow from the persona(s) in which you have already created.” Mental-models are what thoughts people form around an idea or activity and these vary from person to person. These information “Mental-models" are incorporated into a persona. To make this ease, you have already conducted a ...


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This is a very broad question, but I will help guide you to an answer by providing some articles. The first, is from UX Pin here. It's a decent overview on how to create user flows. Next, you need a tool to create these flows and wireframes. You can sketch with pen and paper, use illustrator, omnigraffle, keynote, sketch, etc to create these flows and ...



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