Digital Prototyping Workshop

Develop digital prototypes quickly and easily

In this workshop, you will learn tools and ways to quickly and digitally communicate an idea.

The heart of Design Thinking and Agile Development is working with prototypes. You can achieve success faster if you review your assumptions early and on an ongoing basis with users, allowing you to continually adapt, improve, and grow significantly. For digital products, there are many easy-to-use tools to quickly and easily create digital prototypes.

In the Digital Protoyping Workshop you will be equipped with the tools to quickly turn ideas and concepts into mock-ups that can be displayed on tablets, mobile phones or the web. So you can quickly and easily present your ideas to your boss, customers and work colleagues.

Useful for

Anyone who wants to quickly turn an idea into a clickable prototype: project leaders, developers, creatives, etc.
The workshop is suitable for beginners and intermediates in the field of digital prototypes.


Part 1: Storyboards: How do I form the core of my idea without already designing the user interface of an application.

Part 2: Digital Paper Prototypes: Using paper, pen and mobile phone to experience an app

Part 3: Wireframes and mock-ups: Creating a simple mock-up, which already conveys the look and feel of the application


  • Date: Tuesday, March 20, 2018, 08:30 until 17:00. Aperitif afterwards
  • Venue: Innoveto Kitchen, Maag Areal, Zurich
  • Language: German
  • Price: SFr. 520.00

If you contact us before registration, we can give away a discount code worth SFr. 100.00.

You will learn:

  • How do I quickly show digitally what my future service will be?
  • What are the methods and instruments that make it easy to prototype?
  • Digital prototype of a self-determined project.
  • New exciting contacts.
  • An Innoveto certificate.


Adrian Heydecker
Adrian is User Experience Architect at Netcetera. He earns his daily bread by designing digital customer experiences and building prototypes. Adrian works in a software development company and has the necessary practical knowledge to bridge the gap between innovation, design and development.

Niklaus Moor
As a studied social psychologist, Niklaus has always been interested in how to create inspiring customer experiences. He headed numerous innovation projects at Swisscom, established the Swisscom Labs open innovation platform and was responsible for the customer experience of Swisscom TV 2.0 as a design thinking specialist. He has been with Innoveto since 2014.

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