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Luke and Matt made their annual pilgrimage to the UX Australia conference, to teach, learn, and hang out with Australia’s UX community. Matt shares some of his sketchnotes and thoughts on the conference.
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Last week Matt travelled to Indonesia to explore the age-old question: What the @#$% is UX?
He got answers; he also got a stomach bug. It was all worth it in the search for how to craft a good experience.
Last week Luke and I attended UX Australia—our annual pilgrimage where we connect with the wider UX community to get educated and inspired about all things UX!
Here is our wrap-up and Sketchnotes.
Were you unable to attend the Web Directions South 13 conference in Sydney last week?
Fear not! Matt’s video of sketchnotes will allow you to catch up on everything you missed. The best part? It’s only about 5 minutes!
Matt and Luke attended UX Australia 2013 in Melbourne, Australia last week
Here are Matt’s sketchnotes from the conference.
Matt attended Web Directions Code last week, and it got him thinking about the degree that coding plays (or should play) in the role of a user experience designer.
In addition to penning his thoughts, he created an experimental videoscribe to accompany this post.
Where does sketchnoting fit into the design process? And why are UX Designers so drawn to creating visual notes?
Matt explores these questions and more. Could sketchnoting be the perfect platform for practicing core design skills?