Apple has announced plans to expand its “Today at Apple” courses with a new session on app prototyping, targeted at would-be developers who want to get into making apps but aren’t quite sure where to get started. The new initiative was announced in a Tweet by Apple retail VP Angela Ahrendts, who added that it’s based on a popular WWDC talk, and are expected to begin at Apple retail locations later this month.
We’re launching a new #TodayatApple session to help aspiring app makers get started with one of the most important steps of the design process — prototyping. The session is based on a popular #WWDC talk. Sessions start later this month https://t.co/NMAVfZrdT3 — Angela Ahrendts (@AngelaAhrendts) June 8, 2018
Apple rolled out its “Today at Apple” program last year as a new educational initiative that would focus on teaching a wide range of topics at Apple retail stores, ranging from local classes led by Apple employees to special sessions in select cities with “world-class artists, photographers and musicians” hosting. [via iPhone in Canada]