Whether you are a high school student, or a high school teacher, it might seem challenging to find out how to get started in interaction design, particularly now that the field has become so technically oriented and dependent on advanced software and skills. Well, this page is here specifically to help get past those hurdles, so you can get started with learning (or teaching) interactive code and design at the high school level.
From information and tips on how to get free software to tutorials on everything from prototype, to code, to learning how high school STEAM principles (science, technology, engineering, art and math) are tightly integrated with today’s approaches to interaction design, this page hopes to continually grow as a hub of useful resources.
The overall theme of the content found here is accessibility. The resources shared here will be free, (unless otherwise specified).
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- SFTP Client (Chrome Browser Plugin)
- FireFTP (FireFox Browser plugin)
- Invision App
- Marvel App
- UXPin (30-day Free Trial)
- Balsamiq (30-day Free Trial or special education package)
- Canva (30-day Free Trial)