Sketching UX: Low-Fidelity Method; High-Fidelity Results

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Sketching UXLow-Fidelity Method; High-Fidelity Results

Rob Fitzgibbon 2015

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Sketching is Hot in the UX WorldUX people love to talk about sketchingWe probably talk about sketching more than we actually sketch, but thats another story

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http://newlitcollaborative.ning.com/profiles/blogs/visual-literacies-and-the-depiction-of-war

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Theres No Shortage of ResourcesThere are booksThere are articles

Rob Fitzgibbon 2015Theres even software

There are paper templates

Like gardening or yoga, UX Sketching is an ever-popular subject

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When is Sketching UX Typically Done?Discovery PhaseCapture informationIdea generationGeneral non-directed explorationDesign PhaseAs first iterations of UI patternsExplore alternate scenarios

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A Few Secrets about UX SketchingThere is no right way to sketch UXTheres no wrong way eitherRelax. Ignore the experts. Do what feels comfortable to you.

Sketching UX = idea generating & problem solvingFocus on the thinking, not making a pretty pictureDont sweat the details

Sketching UX: Its not just UIIt more than the screen, its about the user

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Its More than the Screen; Its about the User

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Use sketching to imagine in what context your design will be used.

What will the user need to do?

This is from Samantha Warren6

Whats the personas behind the Personas?

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Use sketches as a jumping off point to define user types, tasks and goals

This is from Samantha Warren7

UX Sketching & Collaborative Design

Rob Fitzgibbon 2015Quick sketches can be especially useful during collaborative design sessionsParticipants use sticky notes to add definition to personas

This is from Samantha Warren8

More Examples

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The Benefits of Sketching UXEvery Picture Tells a Story, Dont It?Low costQuick to createIdeal for narrative, i.e. creating paper prototypesSuitable for testing, refining and discarding potential solutionsGreat for defining personas & user stories

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But to everything there is a seasonSketching has limitationsAbstractAn artifact, not a deliverableGood to convey intent, but not detailsLacks clarityContextual

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Thank you!

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