Sketchnotes From Swipe Conference 2012

Sketchnotes From Swipe Conference 2012

Marc Edwards: Design Like A Machine
Marc Edwards: Design Like A Machine
Summary:

Matt visited Sydney last week for Swipe Conference 2012.

Here are the sketchnotes he took while learning about design and development for iOS and Mac.

Yep, it’s conference season in Australia.

After getting back from UX Australia in Brisbane a week ago, I was off again last week—this time to Sydney for Swipe Conference 2012, which covers iOS and Mac design and development. It was a fantastic couple of days, and I got to mix with some of the brightest and most successful appreneurs and designers in the mobile space.

The conference goodie bag came with a Copic grey marker, which was perfect for adding some shading to the sketches. I’m pretty happy with how they turned out!

Amy Nelson & Meena Tharmarajah: Designing Play School Art Maker
Amy Nelson & Meena Tharmarajah: Designing Play School Art Maker
Chris Van Raay & Brendan Devers: Australia Post Mobile Case Study
Chris Van Raay & Brendan Devers: Australia Post Mobile Case Study
Martin Fowler & Stewart Gleadow: Evolving Mobile Architecture
Martin Fowler & Stewart Gleadow: Evolving Mobile Architecture
Marc Edwards: Design Like A Machine
Marc Edwards: Design Like A Machine
Matt Kelsh: Start Pixel-pushing For iOS
Matt Kelsh: Start Pixel-pushing For iOS
Troy Brant: Design & Development at Flipboard
Troy Brant: Design & Development at Flipboard
Josh Clark: Where No Geek Has Gone Before
Josh Clark: Where No Geek Has Gone Before
Russell Ivanovic: Navigating The App Review Process
Russell Ivanovic: Navigating The App Review Process
Ben Hamey: Building 5-Star Apps
Ben Hamey: Building 5-Star Apps
Jake MacMullin: Designing Accessible iOS Apps
Jake MacMullin: Designing Accessible iOS Apps
Bill Tai: Shifting Opportunities & Advice From Top App Developers
Bill Tai: Shifting Opportunities & Advice From Top App Developers

There were some fantastic presentations, and I was pleased to see a healthy amount of attention paid to design and user experience; I’ll elaborate on some of them in a later post. In the meantime, I hope you like these sketches!

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