Good Design Faster
Monday, September 26, 2011 from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM (CEST)
Hamburg | September 26, 2011
This workshop shows teams how to provide high-value experience design in a relatively short period of time. Good Design Faster illustrates how to utilize design sprints, how to quickly develop ideas and incorporate outside feedback more efficiently, and how to move from back-of-the-napkin sketching to the presentation of design concepts.
Good Design Faster helps you understand how to get ideas out of your head, onto paper, and into a prototype format with remarkable quickness. In the first part we go old school and teach the fundamentals of sketching by hand. Sketching is a remarkably powerful tool, and your team will learn the basics of sketching for user experience design in a morning.
Colleagues and clients always want results sooner. How can you deliver without compromising quality? Building on the sketching skills learned during the first part of the day, we’ll share Adaptive Path’s sketchboard method, an approach for exploring a variety of ideas before settling on one direction. This session is a hands-on, fast-paced guide to quickly generating your own great experiences.
In this workshop you'll learn methods and build skills to:
- Explore a variety of design possibilities through a structures, rapid ideation process.
- Convey your ideas and build team buy-in using sketchboards.
- Facilitate honest, productive design reviews with a multi-disciplinary team.
- Put it all together into a repeatable, sprint-driven design process.
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Adaptive Path is an experience design consultancy founded in 2001. We're experienced guides, strategic thinkers, design doers, and expert jugglers. We make great experiences happen across touchpoints, businesses, and industries.