David Park 2.96
As a user interface designer at salesforce.com, I spend a lot of time building high-fidelity interactive prototypes for new features. These prototypes get tested in our usability labs to make sure that we are headed in the right direction, and tend to require a couple rounds of iteration. We’ve found that jQuery is an excellent tool that helps us quickly create and modify prototypes that look and act realistically. Come and see how I’ve used jQuery to create prototypes for features such as a drag-and-drop report builder with live preview, and a process designer that was featured on TechCrunch. Recommended for those with beginning to intermediate jQuery skills as well as anyone interested in interaction design!