It is not very often that we are introduced to a new tool to use in prototyping that does not involve having to purchase or learn a new application but merely relearn one we already know. However I was introduced to such a tool for which I was able to develop a new and useful way of creating compelling and interactive prototypes. Excel was first presented to me as a software prototyping tool while I was working at PeopleSoft as a senior interaction designer in the User Experience group. I was assigned to an ongoing project that was already…
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