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Displaying Concepts for Preview


#1
Hi all,

Does anyone have any tips on layout-out / displaying of concept work for previewing?

My current process is to create a concept and save as a full image within a table layout in html. I then use image maps (old school I know!) to create links over the image. This allows me to then quickly form a concept site and tweek individual pages or elements of a concept for previewing as I go along without constantly having to email files etc. This also gives a better walk through of the concept and can show any issues regarding usability in the early stages of design.

The above process works great on sites which don't contain a lot of animation but with JQuery functionality etc it is becoming harder to show how a concept works / functions sometimes. I am basically having to work a lot harder to explain and show the functionality of a site and how the controls work together!

Does anyone have any recommendations on possible software or another process that would help me in showing workable concepts.

Thanks

Dennis
 
#3
Thanks for the link, although this is not something that's going to be possible at the moment.

I'm looking for something that might complement my current process?
 

Harry

Senior Member
#4
There really is no reason not to adopt that process—it makes complete sense for anyone building websites for clients.