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  • @stefanhd Hello Stefan - apologies: I've only just seen your comment form months ago! Thank you for the tip about Wentzels. That's great! I've never seen it but I have just found it. I'll look forward to reading it.
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  • Did you see Jonatan Wentzels study on speed sketching?

    Speed sketching with designers: User inspired brainstorming. In Proceedings from Designing Pleasurable Products and Interfaces 2009.

    I think it's googlable...



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  • Introduce myself and Antony\nWe work in an organisation where there are silos... we’re not the only ones, right?!\nThis is about working across those silos\n
  • More about sketching ideas an concepts: interface elements, scenarios, etc\nNot about beautiful drawing skills (although that’s a great skill to have!)\nSketching is about rapid communication \n\nWho works in UX?\nWho in the audience regularly uses sketching as part of their work?\nWho thinks they’re pretty good at sketching? :)\n\n
  • Simple shapes are all you need as a “visual language” - build on this to make more complex sketches\nConvince “non-designers” that they can do this, too.\n
  • ... actually, this “speed dating” metaphor could be applied to all sorts of situations. \nColleagues have used it for collaborating on scientific problems\n
  • Eva-Lotta does sketching workshops and UX Sketch Club\nOther people use sketching a lot\nGamestorming if you like the idea of collaborative workshops in general\n
  • Lets get everyone into groups of 2 or 3, give them stickers, and away we go!\nHand out design problems if people don’t have their own\n
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