KJ intro - 5 minutes KJ session - 20 minutes Nav Bar Survivor & Posterframes - 5 minutes Design Consequences intro - 2 minutes Design Consequences - 20 minutes Digital Paper Prototyping - 5 minutes
These are all techniques we have developed, learned and adapted over the years working in a higher ed setting. They’re born partly out of necessity, because we have to get input from a wide range of stakeholders during the process. But we’ve found they help us get - deeper insights - clearer guidance - smoother process with less conflict and territorialism - faster and less expensive
In this example, content and links are taken from a set of “mental models” on the wall in the same room with the posters. This can also be done with data from a KJ session or other research like a Carewords Survey.
Pamela Agar at Imperial College London explains the elements of the Media landing page to the whole team. By going through this process, everyone on the team has a thorough understanding of how and why you arrived at the proposed architecture, and key stakeholders become advocates for the plan.
The earliest version of the Imperial College London home page wireframe
The Imperial College London homepage wireframe, now rendered in OmniGraffle.
The final Imperial College London home page design
Create your wireframes in your favorite graphics program (like OmniGraffle, Axure, Vizio, Illustrator). Project your screen on the wall or share it through a screen sharing application like Glance.