Prototyping skills with cardboard & coroplast

When you're creating physical products or devices, it's often a good idea to mock up prototypes using cheaper materials like cardboard or foam in order to identify any potential problems early on. Cardboard in particular is an extremely common and useful material you can use to make a wide variety of things, and the similar plastic-based coroplast can provide additional durability when necessary.

In this workshop led by Amy Fleischer you'll learn techniques to create well-constructed cardboard and coroplast prototypes of tablet stands and other products.