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World Usability Congress, Britta Ullrich, Senior Manager User Experience …

World Usability Congress, Britta Ullrich, Senior Manager User Experience

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  • 1. Watch out! High risk of infection: the “visual virus” at work. Britta Ullrich Senior UX Manager & Visual Trainer October 17, 2013
  • 2. Enhance your memory, focus and fun at work!
  • 3. Crash course in visual language @ WUC!
  • 4. You might be asked… Drawing at work? YES! Source: customsouthparks.com
  • 5. Some hands-on examples…
  • 6. Some hands on examples … “I add post-its for planning and flexibility.” Susanne, Senior HR Manager & Agile Admirer
  • 7. Some hands on examples … “With the visual profile meeting new people was great fun.” @ Vizthink.de meetup in Hamburg, Germany
  • 8. “I use visuals as a time schedule to navigate through the meeting.” Sandra, Team Lead User Care
  • 9. “It’s about being fast – mistakes happen.” ;)
  • 10. “It was our 1st anniversary using Kanban – an appreciation & a great laugh for the team.” Friederike, Community Manager & Agile Kanban Coach
  • 11. “This picture was a present and motivator for the team!” Susanne, Senior HR Manager & Agile Admirer
  • 12. “We didn’t want to bore our colleagues with PPT slides. ” Ulrike, Director User Care
  • 13. “We were under pressure to meet deadlines and had to present to the whole department.” Daniel, Team Lead User Care
  • 14. “Hand-made drawings are more personal and help the audience to remember the story!” Timm, CPO
  • 15. “Easy to draw, but has a lot more impact than just writing down the words.” Leonie, Visual Designer
  • 16. “Promoting the option to take part in our regular in-house Agile workshops worked really well.” Susanne, Senior HR Manager & Agile Admirer
  • 17. Some hands on examples … “This picture explains the exercise much better than words can.” Susanne, Senior HR Manager & Agile Admirer
  • 18. “The participants appreciated the hand-drawn certificate for our internal Agile workshop.” Sabrina, Project Management Student
  • 19. “The new testing concept was understood really quickly.” Britta, Sr. UX Manager
  • 20. “Visual card sortings work well for intuitively ordering our process.” Zita, Interaction Designer “It’s great for breaking down complex processes.” Patrick, Product Manager
  • 21. “It’s important to differentiate between different target groups.” Faye, Marketing Manager
  • 22. “We tried to find a picture that summarized our team values.” Julika, Frontend Engineer
  • 23. “Visual notes on my iPad help me to remember the most important facts!” Eva, Jr. Manager User Insights
  • 24. Some hands on examples … Visual brainstorming sessions spark our imagination!
  • 25. Some hands on examples … Visual dictionary in Confluence
  • 26. Some hands on examples … Even the door signs have been “infected”
  • 27. Cheers! Questions? Britta Ullrich @Sabrittas Senior UX Manager @ XING Visual Trainer @ vizworks.de