This case study is unusual (for me) because it documents from a UX perspective my involvement in a very short but intensive software development project. From start to finish it lasted only 10 weeks (5 sprints) or as I prefer to remember it, 4 haircuts (different people), 3 birthdays and a video… well I thought it was unusual.
I’m often asked to share the UX diagrams in my Moleskine sketchbook(s) and explain some of the techniques I use to create these. I plan on publishing a series of articles that explain my approach to UX Sketching and the materials I use. In the meantime I’ve here are a small selection of sketches (scanned directly from my notebooks).
I’ve been using storyboards for UX Design for many years and clients seem to really like the approach. Has anybody else had similar experience? Probably the easiest way for me to explain what I mean by storyboards is … you guessed it, in a storyboard. Let me know what you think!
Your Next UX Mission Should You Decide to Accept… You are told your next UX Design Project (to design & document a responsive i.e. device agnostic website for a huge retailer) will be a little different. You are to be marooned on a desert island (with food, shelter, pens & paper etc.). However, there will be no technology […]
It seems that many UX Designers although often intuitively apply visual perception principles many have not heard about Gestalt principles. I’m not sure why this any ideas? Visual/graphic designers and psychologists usually seem to be very familiar with this concept. I even had a discussion with a professional photographer recently and he understood the concepts (but […]