Opening the Kimono
a look behind the design process

agile2010
we don’t show our work
designers do it
developers do it
have you ever seen
a wireframe from jjg
      peter morville
         jared spool
“
I’ve never done a
      wireframe.
      jared spool
peter morville
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we don’t show our work
“
My work is proprietary.
   -anonymous copout
nut up or shut up
four designers
1 problem 2 rules
RULES:
1. use a di erent tool
2. no talking
balsamiq   omnigra e




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