Papercasting user experience in interactive ebooks

  • March 31, 2016
Papercasting is a process designed to test users' experiences without doing a software build. By using sticky notes, paper, and markers, designers can watch users walk through the interactive features and identify any problems in the ebook. The raw nature of papercasting allows for rapid iteration on the fly and inexpensive testing with users who are more inclined to give honest feedback. Learn how to add this process to a development workflow to ensure clear interactivity for your readers.

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