Learning Experience Design From Superman

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Presented at SxSW Interactive in March 2013.

A geek’s breakdown of the history of comic books and the parallels and principles to modern experience design.

From their shared roots in the 1930s and 40s, with Siegel and Shuster’s Superman ushering in a Golden Age and Chapanis and Fitts establishing the field of experience design through their efforts to redesign airplane cockpits to consider human factors through more modern milestones like Watchmen, Y: The Last Man, Dyson Vacuums and the iPhone, the two fields have helped shaped our culture.

And while Norman coined the term 'user experience' and Nielsen has educated many designers on usability, Lee, Kirby and Eisner can certainly give lessons that any experience designer can apply to their next project to make it more engaging and memorable.

Explore the worlds of the Uncanny X-Men, Spirit, Green Lantern, Zappos and Amazon.com to discover that while the mediums are different, the fun and design are not.

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Learning Experience Design From Superman

  1. 1. Learningexperience DesignFrom supermanSxSW 2013Timothy Parcell@freescribbles #comicsXD
  2. 2. THANK YOU. #comicsXD
  3. 3. Where is Superman? #comicsXD
  4. 4. Where is Brandon Routh? #comicsXD
  5. 5. Superman Returns Released in#comicsXD 2006
  6. 6. GREEN LANTERN Released in#comicsXD 2011
  7. 7. Who are you whosummons fire withoutflint or tinder? #comicsXD
  8. 8. There are some that call me... #comicsXD
  9. 9. There are some that call me... Tim. #comicsXD
  10. 10. #comicsXD
  11. 11. I’m the bestthere is atwhat I do andwhat I do besti’snt verynice.James Howlett (aka Wolverine)first appearance: Incredible Hulk #181 (1974)art by Chris Bachalo & Tim Townsend #comicsXD
  12. 12. How do you define experience design? #comicsXD
  13. 13. The craft of building lastingrelationships between people andbrands through a system of positiveinteractions over time. #comicsXD
  14. 14. information architecture. #comicsXD
  15. 15. information architecture.user experience. #comicsXD
  16. 16. information architecture.user experience.usability. #comicsXD
  17. 17. information architecture.user experience.usability.research. #comicsXD
  18. 18. information architecture.user experience.usability.research.design. #comicsXD
  19. 19. information architecture.user experience.usability.research.design.strategy. #comicsXD
  20. 20. information architecture.user experience.usability.research.design.strategy.psychology. #comicsXD
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This filtering can be adipiscing consectetuer adipiscing perception that they too can be Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer done via Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer hashtags or @replies. Obviously, this approach would require some additional monitoring to be elit. elit. Select an Ice Cream Flavor Create Your Own Birthday Club Media Relations adipiscing elit. Aenean commodo ligula eget dolor. consectetuer adipiscing elit. Aenean commodo. Occasions Events International Aenean massa. Specialties discussed in the future. guest author | music Grab-N-Go Types Promotions & Coupons Franchise Opportunities Nutrition Pies Contact Us FAQs 1500 MORE HAVE RESPONDED. ADD YOUR VOICE > Privacy Policy Terms of Use Mobile Terms & Conditions Site Map Creator Timothy Parcell Creator Timothy Parcell Modified Sat Mar 09 2013 Modified Tue Jun 05 2012 #comicsXD
  22. 22. What are comic books to you? #comicsXD
  23. 23. Sequential Art. #comicsXD
  24. 24. characters. #comicsXD
  25. 25. characters.concepts. #comicsXD
  26. 26. characters.concepts.style. #comicsXD
  27. 27. characters.concepts.style.sensibilities. #comicsXD
  28. 28. characters.concepts.style.sensibilities.design. #comicsXD
  29. 29. characters.concepts.style.sensibilities.design.art. #comicsXD
  30. 30. Are you going to be in trouble? #comicsXD
  31. 31. I hope not.All trademarks and copyrights of third parties, including any trademarkedreferenced or represented for historical, scholarly and educational “fair use”purposes only. Individual artists are attributed wherever possible.The opinions presented are solely those of Timothy Parcell and do not reflect theviews or positions of the owners and/or publishers of the comics and producersof other media which are referenced in this presentation.Superman, Action Comics, Batman, Detective Comics, Wonder Woman, GreenLantern, The Flash, Captain Marvel, The Justice League of America, Supergirl,Chloe Sullivan, The Watchmen, Green Arrow, Speedy, Harley Quinn, Lex Luthor,Lois Lane, Apollo, Midnighter, Mr. Majestic are all the trademarks andcopyrights of DC ComicsThe Spirit is copyright and trademark of the Will Eisner Estate.Spider-Man, Captain America, Hyperion, the X-men, Wolverine, X-Force, Cable,X-23 are all trademarks and copyrights of Marvel ComicsArchie, Betty and Veronica are trademarks and copyrights of Archie Comics.Spawn is copyright and trademarks of Todd McFarlaneSteampunk is copyright and trademarks of Cliffhanger (Joe Casey & ChrisBachalo)I am just a huge geek. Please don’t sue me. #comicsXD
  32. 32. Betty Cooper& VeronicaLodgefirst appearances:Pep Comics #22 and #26(1941 and 1942)art by Dan Parent #comicsXD
  33. 33. Veronica. #comicsXD
  34. 34. ehh. #comicsXD
  35. 35. ehh.Betty. #comicsXD
  36. 36. #comicsXD
  37. 37. #comicsXD
  38. 38. #comicsXD
  39. 39. #comicsXD
  40. 40. #comicsXD
  41. 41. #comicsXD
  42. 42. People assume that time isa strict progression of causeto effect, but *actually* froma non-linear, non-subjectiveviewpoint - its more like abig ball of wibbly wobbly...time-y wimey... stuff.The Tenth Doctor (David Tennant) #comicsXD
  43. 43. UBIQUITYart by Alex Ross #comicsXD
  44. 44. 1 BRAND THe Adventure Begins! #comicsXD
  45. 45. SuperFriends1973-1986 #comicsXD
  46. 46. #comicsXD
  47. 47. art by Jim Lee #comicsXD
  48. 48. Created in 1932 byJerry Siegel and JoeShuster.Jerry was the writer.Joe was the artist. #comicsXD
  49. 49. LexLuthorfirst appearance:Action Comics #23 (1940)art by David Finch #comicsXD
  50. 50. Created in 1932 by Fleischer StudiosJerry Siegel and Joe produced 17 animatedShuster. shorts from 1941-1943.Jerry was the writer. Those films are theJoe was the artist. reason he can fly. #comicsXD
  51. 51. art by Joe Bogdanove The K-Metal from Krypton Unpublished (Written in 1940) #comicsXD
  52. 52. #comicsXD
  53. 53. #comicsXD
  54. 54. #comicsXD
  55. 55. #comicsXD
  56. 56. #comicsXD
  57. 57. Values. #comicsXD
  58. 58. Truth.Justice.The American Way. art by Jim Lee #comicsXD
  59. 59. Truth.Justice.The American Way.(That last one was renounced in 2011) art by Jim Lee #comicsXD
  60. 60. Captainmarvelfirst appearance:Whiz Comics #2 (1940)SHAZAM! - The magic word that gives young BillyBatson the powers of Solomon, Hercules, Atlas,Zeus, Achilles and Mercuryart by Jeff Smith #comicsXD
  61. 61. THORfirst appearance:Journey Into Mystery #83 (1962) #comicsXD
  62. 62. APOLLO APOllo first appearances: Stormwatch #4 (Vol. 2 - 1998) His partner is Midnighter, a Batman clone. #comicsXD
  63. 63. MR.Majesticfirst appearance:WildC.A.T.s #11 (1994)art by Ed McGuiness #comicsXD
  64. 64. Hyperionfirst appearances:Avengers #69 (1969) #comicsXD
  65. 65. WonderManfirst (and only) appearance:Wonder Comics #1 (1940) #comicsXD
  66. 66. Detective Comics, INCvs. Brun publicationsfirst copyright infringement lawsuitin the comic book industry #comicsXD
  67. 67. #comicsXD
  68. 68. The Spiritfirst appearance:Register & Tribune Syndicates (1940)art by Darwyn Cooke #comicsXD
  69. 69. 2 DESIGN When we last left our hero #comicsXD
  70. 70. One image can say alot to a person. #comicsXD
  71. 71. #comicsXD
  72. 72. This is the man whoraised the game. #comicsXD
  73. 73. Graphic Novel. #comicsXD
  74. 74. A narrative work inwhich the story is toldthrough sequential art. #comicsXD
  75. 75. Sequential Art. #comicsXD
  76. 76. An art form using atrain of imagesdeployed in sequence. #comicsXD
  77. 77. #comicsXD
  78. 78. Thispresentation isnot this book. #comicsXD
  79. 79. Thispresentation isnot this book.Go read it. #comicsXD
  80. 80. This slide is a medium. #comicsXD
  81. 81. The Hulkfirst appearance:The Incredible Hulk #1 (1962)Originally grey to avoid any confusion over ethnicity.Printing issues caused too much variation so theymade him GREEN.Art by Jack “King” Kirby #comicsXD
  82. 82. #comicsXD
  83. 83. The Hulkfirst appearance: DC: The New FrontierThe Incredible Hulk #1 (1962) 2003-2004Originally grey to avoid any confusion over ethnicity. Written and drawn by Darwyn Cooke.Printing issues caused too much variation so theymade him GREEN. #comicsXD
  84. 84. DC: The New Frontier2003-2004Written and drawn by Darwyn Cooke. #comicsXD
  85. 85. DC: The New Frontier2003-2004Written and drawn by Darwyn Cooke. #comicsXD
  86. 86. Captain Americafirst appearance: Captain America Comics #1 (1941)Art by Jack “King” Kirby #comicsXD
  87. 87. Captain AmericAFirst Marvel character to be adapted toanother medium. In 1944 he wasfeatured in a eponymous serial movie.Art by Jack “King” Kirby #comicsXD
  88. 88. Fantastic fourfirst appearance: Fantastic Four #1 (1961)Art by Jack “King” Kirby #comicsXD
  89. 89. Does anyone knowwho this is?Art by Skottie Young #comicsXD
  90. 90. STEAMPUNK2000-2002Written by Joe Casey. Art by Chris Bachalo. #comicsXD
  91. 91. STEAMPUNK2000-2002Written by Joe Casey. Art by Chris Bachalo. #comicsXD
  92. 92. #comicsXD
  93. 93. Marvel’sFirst FamilyPrevious Superhero teams like theJustice League and Justice Societyfeatured already established heroesbanding together.Art by Jack “King” Kirby #comicsXD
  94. 94. PATTERNS #comicsXD
  95. 95. #comicsXD
  96. 96. x-men1991-2001. Art by Jim LeeLexLuthorfirst appearance:Action Comics #23 (1940) #comicsXD
  97. 97. 3 Stories and themes Plot Twists,. action. violence. #comicsXD
  98. 98. #comicsXD
  99. 99. x-menfirst appearance: The X-Men #1 (1961). Art by Roger Cruz.Stan Lee and Jack Kirby continued to build on the success.X-Men is now one of the most profitable franchises in comic books. #comicsXD
  100. 100. Giant Size X-menpublished in 1975.Written by Len Wein. Art by Dave Cockrum. #comicsXD
  101. 101. Time and Space. #comicsXD
  102. 102. "You’re also, wherever possible, looking for an interesting image. But don’t confuse “interesting” with “splashy.” You’re still trying to serve the demands of storytelling, telling the story as clearly and simply as possible.  In most forms of narrative, each panel must have a relationship with the panels on either side of it.  You’re plotting out a sequence of motion in a series of stills.  Imagine it like that, and you may be able to get a better sense of how a story in comics might flow.  It’s not a perfect analogy, but it might be worth considering if this is something you’re having trouble with.  You’ll develop your own view, approach and methods as you go.  Everybody does."Warren Ellis (Writer, The Authority) #comicsXD
  103. 103. #comicsXD
  104. 104. Space hero meetsMan of the peoplepublished in 1970.Written by Dennis O’Neil. Art by Neal Adams. #comicsXD
  105. 105. RelevanceArt by Neal Adams. #comicsXD
  106. 106. Educational. #comicsXD
  107. 107. SPEEDYMonumental Storyline. A Teen Titan doing drugs!?Written by Dennis O’Neil. Art by Neal Adams. #comicsXD
  108. 108. Visual Literacy #comicsXD
  109. 109. #comicsXD
  110. 110. With great power comesgreat responsiblity. #comicsXD
  111. 111. With great power comesgreat responsiblity.Uncle Ben #comicsXD
  112. 112. Spider-manfirst appearance: Amazing Fantasy #15 (1962)Written by Stan Lee. Art by Steve Ditko. #comicsXD
  113. 113. "We can realize that a good product is one that offers a good or memorable narrative that the user will engage with and pass on to others, either by sharing the artifact or talking about it. To create a good product, it is critical to understand our users. The need to involve the user in the design process has made product design a more complex task. However, designers can no longer focus solely on the product: A successful design will take into consideration all of the components in the user product interaction: user, product and context of use."Jodi Forlizzi & Shannon Ford #comicsXD
  114. 114. 4 AUDIENCE The villains have the upper hand #comicsXD
  115. 115. Film makes you aspectator. Comics makeyou a participant. #comicsXD
  116. 116. #comicsXD
  117. 117. True Believers! #comicsXD
  118. 118. A Death in the Familypublished in Batman #428 (1988)Fans controlled the outcome of the story by votingvia two 800 numbers. Jason Todd lost by 72 votes.(5,343 to 5,271)Art by Jim Aparo. #comicsXD
  119. 119. comic book readership: 18-35 years old. #comicsXD
  120. 120. Perpetual Intermediates. #comicsXD
  121. 121. #comicsXD
  122. 122. n00bs #comicsXD
  123. 123. n00bs nerds #comicsXD
  124. 124. n00bs everyone else nerds #comicsXD
  125. 125. #comicsXD
  126. 126. #comicsXD
  127. 127. #comicsXD
  128. 128. 5 Scalability Heroes join forces #comicsXD
  129. 129. The originalAlan Scott (aka Green Lantern)first appearance: All-American Comics #16(1940) #comicsXD
  130. 130. #comicsXD
  131. 131. #comicsXD
  132. 132. change is risky. #comicsXD
  133. 133. The Tough guyGuy Gardner(aka Green Lantern)first appearance: Green Lantern #59 (Vol. 2, 1968) #comicsXD
  134. 134. THE MARINEJohn Stewart (aka Green Lantern)first appearance: Green Lantern #87 (Vol. 2, 1972) #comicsXD
  135. 135. THE ARTistKyle Rayner (aka Green Lantern)first appearance: Green Lantern #48 (Vol. 3, 1994) #comicsXD
  136. 136. change is colorful. #comicsXD
  137. 137. #comicsXD
  138. 138. THE misunderstoodSimon Baz (aka Green Lantern)first appearance: The New 52: Free Comic BookDay Special Edition #1 (2012) #comicsXD
  139. 139. change is violent. #comicsXD
  140. 140. #comicsXD
  141. 141. change is fast. #comicsXD
  142. 142. THE HelmetJay Garrick (aka The Flash)first appearance: Flash Comics #1 (1940) #comicsXD
  143. 143. THE Speed forceBarry Allen (aka The Flash)first appearance: Showcase #4 (1956)Art by Francis Manapul #comicsXD
  144. 144. #comicsXD
  145. 145. 6CONTINUITYGood triumps over evil #comicsXD
  146. 146. Crisis of INfinite EarthsPublished 1985-1986 #comicsXD
  147. 147. What HappenedDC Comics wanted to reboot its entire universe. TheFlash (Barry Allen) sacrificed his life to do it. #comicsXD
  148. 148. i’m batmanfirst appearance: Detective Comics #27 (1941)Created by Bob Kane & Bill FingersArt by Jim Lee. #comicsXD
  149. 149. #comicsXD
  150. 150. #comicsXD
  151. 151. #comicsXD
  152. 152. #comicsXD
  153. 153. 11 films. #comicsXD
  154. 154. 11 films.5 live action televisions shows. #comicsXD
  155. 155. 11 films.5 live action televisions shows.12 animated series. #comicsXD
  156. 156. 11 films.5 live action televisions shows.12 animated series.14 animated movies. #comicsXD
  157. 157. 11 films.5 live action televisions shows.12 animated series.14 animated movies.25 video games. #comicsXD
  158. 158. 11 films.5 live action televisions shows.12 animated series.14 animated movies.25 video games.5 foreign comics. #comicsXD
  159. 159. 11 films.5 live action televisions shows.12 animated series.14 animated movies.25 video games.5 foreign comics.6,200+ published stories. #comicsXD
  160. 160. What can I dowhere? #comicsXD
  161. 161. What does theaudience expect? #comicsXD
  162. 162. Will this work overthere? #comicsXD
  163. 163. harley quinnfirst appearance: Batman: The Animated Series(1992)Art by Bruce Timms. #comicsXD
  164. 164. x-23first appearance: X-Men: Evolution (2003)Art by Danni Shinya-Lui. #comicsXD
  165. 165. #comicsXD
  166. 166. #comicsXD
  167. 167. 1oneshotEPILOGUESomewhere in a hotel in austin #comicsXD
  168. 168. Everything in comicshas to work–or else it fails. #comicsXD
  169. 169. Make your brand stand for something. #comicsXD
  170. 170. Make your brand stand for something.Get the details right. #comicsXD
  171. 171. Make your brand stand for something.Get the details right.Tell a great story. #comicsXD
  172. 172. Make your brand stand for something.Get the details right.Tell a great story.Make it simple. #comicsXD
  173. 173. Make your brand stand for something.Get the details right.Tell a great story.Make it simple.Make things for your audience. #comicsXD
  174. 174. Make your brand stand for something.Get the details right.Tell a great story.Make it simple.Make things for your audience.Know your medium(s). #comicsXD
  175. 175. Make your brand stand for something.Get the details right.Tell a great story.Make it simple.Make things for your audience.Know your medium(s).Don’t be afraid to start over. #comicsXD
  176. 176. Make your brand stand for something.Get the details right.Tell a great story.Make it simple.Make things for your audience.Know your medium(s).Don’t be afraid to start over.Have Fun. #comicsXD
  177. 177. THANK YOU. Timothy Parcell @freescribbles sxsw.tv/cfw #comicsXD

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