Resources

POP: Prototyping On Paper
An iPhone app that allows you to take photos of wireframes or upload images of designs, then select clickable areas to create a prototype. This tool was used at every stage of prototyping Wespy and can be viewed on desktop or mobile browsers.


Stamen Design

The map used in Wespy was created by Stamen Design and is available for free use.


Survey Monkey
Used to create surveys for research purposes.


Amazon Mechanical Turk
Used to compile answers for surveys. The cost is very minimal and allowed for very diverse demographics.

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