The UX Mastery community have been sketching up a storm in the Official 100 Day Sketching Challenge. Here is a roundup of the results.
Join Hawk and the amazing UX Mastery community as they embark on a fun 100 day sketching challenge.
This past month, we’ve been pretty focussed on sketching, sketchoting and how these skills can make you a better UX Designer.
Kim wraps up this theme with a collection of resources to get you sketching like Da Vinci in no time.
Sketchnoting, or taking visual notes “on the fly” is a skill that can be useful for UXers, as it exercises one’s ability to listen, process, and—of course—sketch.
Rebecca walks through the process she used to sketchnote Mike Rohde’s recent “Ask the UXperts” chat.
“Ask the UXperts” is a casual chat-based session featuring a different expert each time. It is One Hour. One Expert. All your Questions Answered.
In today’s session (our second) we featured Mike Rohde—Sketchnoter Extraordinaire. Here’s a transcript of the session.
Matt dives into a visual thinking book that is teeming with whimsy and personality, and comes out the other side convinced that Sunni Brown’s latest offering is actually one heck of an important business book.
Matt explores the fields of graphic recording (large-scale visual note-taking for presentations, meetings, and workshops) and graphic facilitation (large-scale visual note-taking in a way that informs the conversation), both of which are natural areas towards which visual thinkers may choose to gravitate.
Our next Ask the UXperts text-based chat is with Mike Rohde, author of the popular The Sketchnote Handbook. Come along and get all your questions about sketching and visual thinking answered by the guy who literally wrote the book on sketchnoting.
A couple of weeks ago, we ran our first ever reader survey, where we asked you to tell us who you were, how you came to work in user experience design, and what you wanted UX Mastery to become.
It’s time to reveal the winner of the super-mega-awesome-UX-book-bundle-thingy!
Matt & Luke attended Web Directions South 2012 in Sydney last week, a two-day conference with design, development, big picture and startup tracks.
The conference was inspirational, educational, and provided great fodder for honing one’s sketching skills. Here are Matt’s sketchnotes from the sessions he attended.