Whisky and Web Design

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Whisky and Web design share a lot in common. No, really. Ben Reynhart will show you why they do, discuss his journey of refining and improving his design process, whittling out the waste to solve the crux of the problem earlier, and why wireframes and paper prototypes play an increasingly important role in Mutant Labs workflow. He'll also share how they spend time educating clients and the tools they use to manage expectations - ultimately leading to a better result and happier clients.

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Whisky and Web Design

  1. Whisky &Web DesignBetter designs & happierclient relationships
  2. We design Websites,Mobile apps, Gamesand other Interactiveexperiences.
  3. Customer feedbacksurvey - 2012
  4. Hasnt always been thatway.Weve made mistakes along the way.
  5. Refined our formulaover 3 years.Mainly improving our process ratherthan skill.
  6. Just like the perfectsingle malt
  7. Formulafor good designA five step process
  8. 1. Gathering requirementsProject goals, target audience, thingsthey like, things they hate.
  9. 2. Mood boardsA great tool for quickly sharing visualstyle ideas with the client.
  10. 3. WireframesSolve fundamental layout challengesbefore tackling design.
  11. 4. Style Tiles"Quickly communicate the essence of avisual brand on the web" http://styletil.es/
  12. 5. Designed Concept
  13. 3 GOLDEN RULES
  14. 3 GOLDEN RULES (technically yellow gold on the whisky chart)TE
  15. 1. Ask Lotsof questionsGet a deepunderstanding ofthe project
  16. 2. Present your work clearly and fully.Explain your process using skype orscreen sharing
  17. 3. Dont be preciousTry out a variety ofoptions quicklyLead clients tochoose a favourite.Avoid spending lotsof time perfecting asingle concept.
  18. 3.5. Iterate FAST
  19. Thank You@benje - www.mutantlabs.com

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