Videos & Webinars
The new Reporting tab in iRise brings its enhanced functionality front and center.
You'll now have a predefined set of templates that include the most commonly used reports, including a Functional Requirements Document, an Epic and Story Report, and a Design Specification Doc. You can use them as is, or customize them to fit your corporate documentation standards.
During this webinar you'll learn how to build fluid and dynamic layouts that respond to browser size and device type. This will allow you and your team to better define requirements, collaborate with stakeholders, and build better designs using responsive prototyping.
There's a very simple and effective workflow you can use between Photoshop and iRise. This short video demonstrates how to use the "Generate Image Assets" feature in Photoshop along with simple drag-and-drop features in iRise. The process will allow you to easily move your screen comps and individual images from Photoshop to your prototype.
Carl Eberling, CIO of Encore Capital Group, discusses how iRise Services helped turn his innovative idea into a fully functional prototype. Carl shares how the process worked, his surprises along the way, and why iRise made his great idea even better.
In this fast-paced 3 minute video, you'll learn what iRise is and how its unique feature set helps teams define, communicate, and validate requirements in a visual and interactive way that’s dramatically more effective than traditional requirements methods.
We’re currently working on exciting upcoming functionality that enhances the ability to build responsive layouts in iRise. In the meantime, if you’d like to start experimenting with that functionality, you can using the new custom CSS feature. To help get you started, we've created a video showing examples in action.
New video highlights the cool new features in iRise 11.1, including custom CSS, FontAwesome support, the ability to insert HTML, and new rotation options.
Creating text-centric requirements documents is a time consuming activity, and trying to read and interpret them is cumbersome (and at times impossible) for your stakeholders. In this 1 hour session, you will learn how you can better define requirements, manage scope and collaborate with your stakeholders through the power of prototype-driven requirements that the unique features in iRise allows.