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Slides from WorthingDigital's October meetup Making is Visual and Playful

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  • 1. JUNE 2012 OCTOBER 2012Making it visual and playfulBy Nick Finch
  • 2. An excuse to play games FROM THIS TO THISConfidential | 2
  • 3. Brainstorming to Gamestorming A TOOLKIT OF PROVEN GAMES WITH REQUIREMENTS, PRINCIPLES AND STRATEGIES SOCIAL GAMES MADE OF PEOPLE, PAPER, PASSION MAKE, CREATE, INNOVATE SORTING GAMES SYNTHESIS GAMESConfidential | 3
  • 4. Fuzzy to FunMany applications including:• Product design Fuzzy goals -• Creative teams You don’t know what you• Solution design don’t know• Process engineeringConfidential | 4
  • 5. Inside the toolbox VISUAL AGENDA SPEEDBOAT WHODO • LOW TECH SOCIAL NETWORK DESIGN THE BOX NUF TEST • ANTI-PROBLEM • MISSION IMPOSSIBLE • FORCED RANKINGConfidential | 5
  • 6. Visual AgendaConfidential | 6
  • 7. Speedboat Game Statement WorthingDigital fosters and supports the digital community in and around Worthing WorthingDigital provides real value Target to it’s membersConfidential | 7
  • 8. Affinity MappingIssues Identified Affinities Programmes Programme A Programme B Programme C Programme D Programme E Programme FConfidential | 8
  • 9. Putting the games to work – Understanding SCRUMConfidential | 9
  • 10. 1 INTRODUCE THE GAME Purpose of the game, Build a city of LEGO, Materials, Roles, Teams, Rules, Requirements cards, Planning poker cards2 REQUIREMENTS OVERVIEW – 15 MINS Product Owners run through requirement cards and answer questions. Use post-it notes to capture additional information3 ESTIMATION – 20 MINS Estimate one requirement as a time using planning poker technique.4 SPRINTS • Sprint Planning – 3 minutes • Sprint Execution – 7 minutes • Sprint Review – 5 minutes5 REVIEW Feedback on the game / ObservationsConfidential | 10
  • 11. In closingWant to know more?Gamestorming - http://www.gogamestorm.com/Innovation Games – http://innovationgames.com/Doodling revolution - http://sunnibrown.com/doodlerevolution/Pink Motivation – Dan Pink http://www.zigzagcycling.comConfidential | 11