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This talk takes a look behind the scenes of four different designers tackling the same design process. This version was given at Agile 2010.

This talk takes a look behind the scenes of four different designers tackling the same design process. This version was given at Agile 2010.

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  • 1. Opening the Kimono a look behind the design process agile2010
  • 2. we don’t show our work
  • 3. designers do it
  • 4. developers do it
  • 5. have you ever seen a wireframe from jjg peter morville jared spool
  • 6. “ I’ve never done a wireframe. jared spool
  • 7. peter morville
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  • 9. we don’t show our work
  • 10. “ My work is proprietary. -anonymous copout
  • 11. nut up or shut up
  • 12. four designers
  • 13. 1 problem 2 rules
  • 14. RULES: 1. use a di erent tool 2. no talking
  • 15. balsamiq omnigra e axure rp reworks/html
  • 16. one more thing...
  • 17. document show
  • 18. the case study
  • 19. “ If we can give $5 to a stranger at a co ee shop, why can’t we do that for healthcare? -tori tuncan
  • 20. Yikes!
  • 21. lack of organization
  • 22. matching is manual
  • 23. not scalable
  • 24. the approach
  • 25. Research Design Test Refine
  • 26. @gabbyhon
  • 27. the split
  • 28. index card vs. post-it
  • 29. sketching
  • 30. visual design
  • 31. design challenge
  • 32. “ If we can give $5 to a stranger at a co ee shop, why can’t we do that for healthcare? -tori tuncan
  • 33. ISSUES • Lack of organization • Matching is manual • Non-scalable
  • 34. GOALS • Find someone to support • Match funders w/fundee(s) • Automate the process
  • 35. No Constraints
  • 36. Audience
  • 37. Design the Funding Process
  • 38. Questions?
  • 39. Ready. Set. Sketch.
  • 40. my approach
  • 41. Research Design Test Refine
  • 42. I haven’t worked o a requirements document in over ve years.
  • 43. I don’t wireframe. I prototype.
  • 44. I go right from sketches to html prototypes.
  • 45. Pitch Critique
  • 46. the 4 minute version
  • 47. the principles
  • 48. sketch
  • 49. get feedback
  • 50. the best tool is the one you can use
  • 51. save 25% discount code: TODD www.bit.ly/protobk
  • 52. contact @zakiwarfel todd@message rst.com