Manchester Event: Rapid Prototyping with Axure RP 6th June 2011

***Breaking news! This session is now brought to you with the kind sponsorship of  Axure, who have donated a selection of merchandise including an Axure 6 licence for one lucky winner!***
Wireframing & Prototyping with Axure RP
This session is about wireframing and prototyping with Axure RP – the rapid prototyping software which has become a popular tool in the UX field.
The session will be jointly presented by 3 User Experience professionals who use Axure RP in their day to day work and will share projects they have worked on providing insights along with tips and tricks.
A brief intro and overview of Axure RP for those not familiar with the software will be followed by details of  how Axure has been used in an Agile environment to produce high fidelity  prototypes.
There will be an opportunity to discuss any projects or techniques you use, so please feel free to bring along anything for discussion.
Ali Zaman
Ali is a User Experience Designer at Great Fridays, a digital agency in Manchester. With a background in print and then web design, Ali began focussing on User Experience 3 years ago whilst working on large web projects at Vertex, a business outsourcing company. Ali is also the creator of UX stickynotes, a recently launched venture producing stickynotes that make it easier for designers to sketch ideas for web and mobile projects.
Twitter: @web233
Chris Bush
Chris is a user experience consultant at and has been practicing in the field of usability and accessibility for 10 years. Working at Sigma Chris helps vision and develop product ideas into usable and inclusive solutions for clients such as Citizens Advice to Intercontinental hotels group
Twitter: @suthen
Barry Briggs
Barry is a User Experience Architect at Code Computerlove, a digital agency in Manchester. Beginning his career with some of best regarded agencies in Leeds over 10 years ago, Barry moved to William Hill to help shape their hugely successful online betting website. More recently he’s been at Code for 3 years, working on some of their most high profile projects. He also spends far too much time in his quest for the perfect quiff.
Twitter: @quiffboy