Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Conclusion
Now that you've pulled together your design requirements into a series of design
iterations and have created a prototype representation of the final design, you're
ready to move on to the next chapter. You will learn how to document your design,
including using Excel prototypes as user interface design specifications, how to use
the annotation features in Excel, and how to use other useful forms of
documentation in the Excel prototyping environment.
References
[1] Jonathan Arnowitz, Michael Arent, and Nevin Berger, Effective Prototyping for
Software Makers, San Francisco: Morgan Kaufmann, 2007.
[2] John S. Gero, “Design Prototypes: A Knowledge Representation Schema for Design,”
http://people.arch.usyd.edu.au/ john/publications/ger-prototypes/ger-aimag.html,
referenced January 5, 2008.
[3] Thomas Erickson, “Notes on Design Practice: Stories and Prototypes as Catalysts for
Communication,” www.pliant.org/personal/Tom_Erickson/Stories.html, referenced
January 5, 2008.
[4] Donald A. Norman, The Design of Everyday Things, New York, Basic Books, 2002.
 
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