From Vision to UX Design with RAD Studio - Webinar Replay

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How do you make your great app ideas come to life quickly with the least amount of pain, frustration and wasted budget? The answer is by creating a solid development plan that follows the three stages of application prototyping: wireframing, prototyping and production. While pen and paper is still an option, utilizing digital tools makes you and your apps competitive and agile, and offers the clearest path to success. 

Last week, I held a joined webinar with Cindy Zablockis (Twitter: @cindyzablockis), our Lead UX Designer. The topic of the webinar was 'From Vision to UX Design with RAD Studio'.

During the webinar, we covered the following:

  • The Prototyping Process
  • Traditional Wireframing
  • FireMonkey Stencils Overview and Details
  • Rapid Wireframing Tools
  • Mockup and Prototype Tools
  • Handoff to Development
  • Prototyping with RAD Studio


Watch the Replay here.

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  • Andrea Maria
    Andrea Maria Monday, 26 November 2018

    Thank you all for your information.

  • wayne
    wayne Tuesday, 6 November 2018

    How do I move the results from Zeppelin to Rad Studio C ++ Builder?

  • Claudio F68528
    Claudio F68528 Tuesday, 30 October 2018

    Hello Sarina,

    Would it be possible for you to come up with a tutorial on how to make a tour guide on Android/iOS?
    It would be a great pleasure to read something with this in:


  • Sarina D
    Sarina D Thursday, 1 November 2018

    Hi Claudio,
    Could you please elaborate on what specifically you're looking for?


  • Claudio F68528
    Claudio F68528 Tuesday, 13 November 2018

    Hello Sarina,

    Thanks for answering.
    Something like this for example:

    Or this:

    *** Inspiration only

    The "step by step" of the first time the user accesses the APP.
    Dialog messages with "ok" and "do not display again"

    I could not do anything satisfactory, reading some of your introductory material with some examples would be very welcome, do you think you can write something about it?

    Sorry for my English and continue with your great work!


  • Paul @ JWare
    Paul @ JWare Monday, 29 October 2018

    Hi Sarina, very much enjoy your blogs, fyi, there is no link to follow for the webinar attached to this article.

  • Sarina D
    Sarina D Thursday, 1 November 2018

    Hi Paul,
    Thanks for the feedback. I am happy to hear that you find my blog posts helpful. I just added the link back to the post.


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