22 September 2017 | 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Event details

Prototyping is a stage of a user-focused experience within many global design principals where concepts, sketches, ideas come to life. Creating prototypes is an easily achieved, cost minimising way to gauge your products success early, cheaply, and rapidly; to illuminate direction before proceeding too-early down the path of costly development and production.

In this one hour session, learn the values of prototyping, the what / why / who and how, by getting hands on in a rapid experience; demonstrating ideation, sketching, prototyping and user testing… and how this human-centered design process can easily integrate into your existing methodology.

Requirements: BYO notepad, pen, mobile phone


Robert Wiliams

Academy Xi UX Lead & UXD:Transform Instructor

Known to empower his students through the notion that everyone has the ability to understand and create strategy, Robert says, “I believe UX design is intuitive; sometimes it just takes a little prod or influence to reassure that intuition.”

Robert’s digital story began with a degree in visual design where his career took off in Melbourne with numerous roles developing consumer facing web products. Since then, he has studied multiple multimedia and design courses which have propelled him into UX roles for Optus, Vodafone, PwC and Symplicit.

Dates and fees
22 September
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm


CBA Innovation Lab,
11 Harbour St,
Sydney NSW 2000