Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Visual thinker? See Sketchnotes of my #gotocph talk

If you're a visual thinker, you'll enjoy this one-page map that lays out all the important steps in early investigative user experience work, based on my talk at GOTO Copenhagen.

Michele Ide-Smith was one of my co-presenters in the well-received Agile UX track at GOTO Copenhagen last month. She created this awesome "sketchnote" visual map of my presentation - it puts the whole concept of early investigative user experience work on to one page. More to the point, I didn't even know she was doing this until well after the event.

See the full size version on Michele's Flickr stream along with others she has drawn. Thanks Michele, you're wonderful!

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1 comment:

  1. Glad you enjoyed the sketchnotes Chris! I had fun doing them. Great talk and good to see a mostly non-UX audience really engaging with the methods you outlined.


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