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    • Esri User Experience Team6-8-5 Ideation ActivityFrank GarofaloEsri User Experience Team
    • credit• This presentation is based on a session atSXSW Interactive 2012by Fred Beecher (Evantage), Krista Sanders (Google),Russ Unger (UserGlue), and Brynn Evans (Google).• http://schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_IAP13716
    • overview & objective• Quickly capture different perspectives and ideas,then pull from the best of all the ideas to proceedforward with a concept for the system.
    • process• Have the project team members (including keystakeholders) meet together• Review the project requirements and objectives
    • process• For each individual, fold a 8.5 x 11 sheet of paper 3 times• Open the folds, should have a grid of 8 sections
    • process• For each individual, fold a 8.5 x 11 sheet of paper 3 times• Open the folds, should have a grid of 8 sections
    • process• Ask each individual to draw 6-8 sketches of their ideas• Provide 5 minutes to draw sketches
    • process• Sketches can be as simpleas boxes, lines, and textDashboardLoginInteractiveMapDetailsUserManagement
    • process• Ask each individual to share their sketches• Compare the different perspectives& combine the “best” ideas