Visual collaboration

We use 75% of our brain capacity for processing visually. Albert Einstein reputedly said, If I can’t picture it, I can’t understand it.” …

Below is a collection of sketches from my Moleskine design note books. I intend to describe my process for sketching and some basic techniques to show you that almost everyone can draw. For the time being, think of the following as eye-candy…

 

 

 

UX-Validated-Sprints-Sketch-02-A4-redacted

Explanation how user centred design (UCD) can be integrated into Agile methods.

 

 

info-and-advice-vis-large-redacted

Roadmap from problem through various stages to the “Big Goal”.

 

 

 

sketch-ecosystem-overview-redacted

Communicating how: strategic, tactical and operational objectives span the customer ecosystem.

 

 

 

sketch-ecosystem-user-journey-redacted

How “User Journeys” map to UX deliverables (storyboards, sitemaps, wireframes).

 

 

sketch-media-site-hero-ban-02-redacted

Concept explaining how content is collected and analysed to provide customer insights.

 

 

sketch-service-blueprint-orig-redacted

Visual explanation of a proposed workshop to validate storyboards.

 

 

 

 

sketch-bikablo-style-redacted

Eye-candy sketches inspired by Bikablo and the office I was working at.

 

 

ucas-content-finds-you-sketch-redacted

Concept explaining how personalisation is achieved through content filtering.

 

 

ucas-exhibitor-finder-app-sketch-redacted

Quick wireframe sketches for a mobile application.

 

 

ucas-knowledge-aquire-sketch-redacted

The different hurdles on a personalisation journey.

 

 

ucas-profile-hub-spoke-sketch-redacted

Concept explaining a “profile” represents the centre of the hub and services the spokes.

 

 

ucas-sketch-crossing-chasm-redacted

A visual narrative of the challenges and solutions to help move from strategic goals to outcomes. 

 

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