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Storyteller’s Session
Coordinated by Dan Willis (@uxcrank)
Images courtesy of Shutterstock
David Cain, McKesson
Audrey Crane, DesignMap
Jordan Koschei, Fusion Media
Eva Miller, Jama Software
Quest Alliance

Bangalore
Staff workshop
“It’s like
imagining a
magic coin
that opens
everything.”
A diary study
A life skills class
Making a framework
Sorting and
grouping life skills
Designs begin
Student workshop
Student workshop
“Instead of gallivanting through stories, you get straight to it”

“Now through this activity, you called us here, discove...
My internet technician
Jama customers make complex, high-stakes products
Manjuladevi
Thank you
Liu Liu, Google
Lada Gorlenko, Artefact
Kim Bieler, FireEye
Jane Bungum, Symantec
Enterprise UX Storytellers' Session (with Dan Willis et al. at Enterprise UX 2015)
Enterprise UX Storytellers' Session (with Dan Willis et al. at Enterprise UX 2015)
Enterprise UX Storytellers' Session (with Dan Willis et al. at Enterprise UX 2015)
Enterprise UX Storytellers' Session (with Dan Willis et al. at Enterprise UX 2015)
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Enterprise UX Storytellers' Session (with Dan Willis et al. at Enterprise UX 2015)

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Dan Willis et al.: "Enterprise UX Storytellers' Session"
Enterprise UX 2015 • May 14, 2015 • San Antonio, TX, USA
http://enterpriseux.net

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Enterprise UX Storytellers' Session (with Dan Willis et al. at Enterprise UX 2015)

  1. 1. Storyteller’s Session Coordinated by Dan Willis (@uxcrank) Images courtesy of Shutterstock
  2. 2. David Cain, McKesson
  3. 3. Audrey Crane, DesignMap
  4. 4. Jordan Koschei, Fusion Media
  5. 5. Eva Miller, Jama Software
  6. 6. Quest Alliance Bangalore
  7. 7. Staff workshop
  8. 8. “It’s like imagining a magic coin that opens everything.”
  9. 9. A diary study
  10. 10. A life skills class
  11. 11. Making a framework
  12. 12. Sorting and grouping life skills
  13. 13. Designs begin
  14. 14. Student workshop
  15. 15. Student workshop
  16. 16. “Instead of gallivanting through stories, you get straight to it” “Now through this activity, you called us here, discovered our talents, and appreciated us. This has helped us to realize our own talent.”
  17. 17. My internet technician
  18. 18. Jama customers make complex, high-stakes products
  19. 19. Manjuladevi
  20. 20. Thank you
  21. 21. Liu Liu, Google
  22. 22. Lada Gorlenko, Artefact
  23. 23. Kim Bieler, FireEye
  24. 24. Jane Bungum, Symantec

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