If you can draw a circle, a square, a line and a squiggle, you can avoid traditional specifications, PowerPoints and misunderstandings in meetings.
The elevator pitch is invented to quickly explain a business idea or concept. When it comes to transforming the idea into a digital solution it is crucial that all involved quickly is on the same page.
You might know Dan Roam’s book ‘On the back of a napkin’. This talk continues in that spirit. Come along and learn how to use the simple art of sketching to save time and money and avoid misunderstandings. It is this year’s most timesaving UX Camp CPH 2013 talk.