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The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
The Psychology Behind Pair Designing
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The Psychology Behind Pair Designing

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More design clarity. Less redesign time. What if methods like Pair Design could increase the efficiency of your team and the quality of your products? Karl Dotter will explain his hypothesis on Pair …

More design clarity. Less redesign time. What if methods like Pair Design could increase the efficiency of your team and the quality of your products? Karl Dotter will explain his hypothesis on Pair Design, how he teamed up with Co-Founder Jason Hreha and what to do to start practicing pairing with members of your team. You’ll also find out how to participate in P.A.I.R (Pairers Against Inefficiency and Rework), a fun research program we’re working on which will help quantify the benefits of Pairing.

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  • 1. ☯ + Pair Design(@ Mozilla SF)
  • 2. P Pair with us? @ PairDesign.co hashtag #pairdesign Follow us @pairdesigncoLess redesigns. More clarity. D We are getdopamine.com
  • 3. This isn’t just a talk(some talks = 1 way convo + q&a)
  • 4. Let’s have aconversation.let’s pair together.
  • 5. Do you pair?(yes? raise your hand.)
  • 6. Do you do informal design reviews?(yes? raise your hand.)
  • 7. Do you work side by side or via skype?(yes? raise your hand.)
  • 8. If you answered yes to any of those q’s:You are pairing. kinda.
  • 9. Pair Programming • 1 monitor • 2 keyboards • 2 mice • both taking turns • backseat/front seat
  • 10. Pair Design • two designers • one keyboard • one mouse (or 2) • one love
  • 11. Why?
  • 12. Increasinginformation flow
  • 13. Increasing critical thinking
  • 14. = Pair Design
  • 15. Let’s pair,right now.
  • 16. v“ I’m a visual designer “
  • 17. u“I’m a user experience designer“
  • 18. ?“I’m a ______________________ “
  • 19. (pairing time) found a partner?
  • 20. ☯ Let’s imagine a context.Who? FireFox User Experience TeamWhat? FireFox users want to tweet their bookmarks
  • 21. + How would you try todesign & test this idea?
  • 22. One idea:Start small. Pair designers togetherand prototype a design w/ a product,front-end, ux designer.ex. UX Designer + Viz Designer =talk to users w/ a prototype that youbuild together.
  • 23. Now, let’s solve a real problem together. 1. take a screenshot ofa real app you’re working on2. open up your preferreddesign tool and paste it in.
  • 24. What design problemwill you solve together?
  • 25. (design time)
  • 26. what did you experience?• Did it hurt to pair?• Did you have fun?• Did you share design skills?
  • 27. what if you could ...• have a better design in less time• redesign less• have an attitude of action (think,make, check)• communicate better• let go of your design ego andsay “I don’t know how, show me.”
  • 28. Our hypothesis:pairing makes designtime more efficient.
  • 29. Help us with P.A.I.R = P airers A gainst I nefficiency & R ework)
  • 30. Attempt to pair failed. Please try again.
  • 31. Pairing failed? Try again.• Pairing isn’t for everyone! (It’s not a perfect process,try to evolve it.)• Pick the right phases of the design process to pair (ex.rough, proto, high-fedility, you don’t have to pair 100%the time.• Ask for feedback + ask for quiet time.• Try online design & review tools to provide feedback.(ex. We use Pixelapse.com )
  • 32. Challenge!1. Try pairing again this week.2. Report back & give us feedback@ info@pairdesign.co3. Was it good? bad?4. Need more help? Let us know.
  • 33. (Visual + Interaction Designer) (UX + Behavior Designer) + We pair well together :)
  • 34. Thanks. PPair together.
  • 35. Find your pair. (Like this idea? Contact us) info@PairDesign.co Tweet @pairdesignco + @getdopamine w/ hashtag #pairdesignThanks for pairing with us. D We are getdopamine.com

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