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Make Things Like Tony Stark - UX London 2015

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DATE: 20/05/2015
HOST: UX LONDON
LOC: Trinity Laban
LAT: 51.480076
LONG 0.018853
John V Willshire
@willsh

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A talk given at UX London in 2015, exploring prototyping, thinking in two dimensions rather than just against time, and developing better processes.

A talk given at UX London in 2015, exploring prototyping, thinking in two dimensions rather than just against time, and developing better processes.

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Make Things Like Tony Stark - UX London 2015

  1. DATE: 20/05/2015 HOST: UX LONDON LOC: Trinity Laban LAT: 51.480076 LONG 0.018853 John V Willshire @willsh
  2. We don’t make suits
  3. @artefact_cards
  4. photo: http://hipslikecinders.blogspot.co.uk What would you talk about?
  5. ‘Prototyping’
  6. photo: http://hipslikecinders.blogspot.co.uk NOW19.05.13 31.10.14 09.12.14 This talk is not that talk
  7. This talk is about time
  8. P T 0 It’s about working in two dimensions
  9. Time? Dimensions? Are you stuck in the wrong metaphor, son?
  10. It depends how you view prototyping
  11. Same Doctor
  12. Different Suits
  13. photo: http://hipslikecinders.blogspot.co.uk 31.10.14 09.12.14 NOW19.05.13 These were prototypes
  14. Prototyping is a temporal pursuit
  15. It’s easy to look backwards
  16. we work at the point where order becomes chaos we’re asked to wrangle chaos into order
  17. “what will happen?”
  18. Time only moves in one direction
  19. structural Our issue with time is
  20. the arrow of time Processes are bound by
  21. Paul Laseau, 1980
  22. http://dschool.stanford.edu/
  23. www.nurun.com
  24. www.peterme.com
  25. TIME ACTIVITY 0 If one axis is time, then the other has to be ‘activity’…
  26. It is a complicit dishonesty
  27. It helps clients buy things Mental Notes Stephen P. Anderson
  28. not users the arrow of time is for clients
  29. Work for the client? Fight for the user? Both
  30. users want it to be right clients want it to be right now tension
  31. TIME ACTIVITY 0 We can’t resolve this tension with one axis tied behind our backs
  32. A process for users and clients?
  33. but this year…
  34. just in time…
  35. PEOPLE THINGS 0 The relationship between people and things
  36. PEOPLE THINGS 0 % population x effect % output x detail
  37. P T TEAM QUAL QUANT SKETCHSCAFFOLDSTRUCTURE 0
  38. P T 0 Each space is self-contained TEAM QUAL QUANT SKETCHSCAFFOLDSTRUCTURE
  39. Prototypes as parents
  40. improve share? P T 0 or TEAM QUAL QUANT SKETCHSCAFFOLDSTRUCTURE
  41. P T 0 We find the right path at every point
  42. It helps us tell this story
  43. How do I sell that?
  44. P T TEAM QUAL QUANT SKETCHSCAFFOLDSTRUCTURE 0 £5k £15k £20k £20k £60k £20k £60k Time is money…
  45. P T 0 Frequent test and learn = £X Build and launch beta = £Y
  46. Emotion Mapping Hamilton, Milne, Saltmarshe, Willshire May 2015
  47. P T 0 The forest of constant affirmation The mountains of loss-aversion
  48. Join us later…
  49. PEOPLE THINGS 0 It’s not just about the suit It’s about the people
  50. Make people a fundamental part of your process
  51. Or you’ll build Ultron
  52. Thank you @willsh @artefact_cards 20% discount on Artefact Cards code: uxlondon - artefactshop.com

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