How to Draw Quick, Useful, UI Sketches
Wednesday, September 18, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)
Los Angeles, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
In this fun, hands-on workshop, I'll lead you through a series of exercises which help you learn to draw good-looking, quick, useful, user interface (UI) sketches.
This class will cover:
- Types of sketches
- Why sketch?
- Sketching materials
- Grids, containers and functional groupings
- Developing your personal UI shorthand
This workshop is appropriate for designers, product managers, Web developers, software engineers or anyone else who needs to think about or communicate concepts for digital products. No prior artistic or drawing experience necessary. If you can draw a circle, a square and a triangle, you've already got the basics covered!
Learning how to quickly sketch screen layouts and UI elements helps you think through design problems, communicate ideas to other people, collaborate, and reduce the need for pixel-perfect deliverables. Join me for this two-hour workshop and pick up some new skills you can use right away in your own projects.
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Lane Halley is a digital product designer with over 25 years experience creating application and Web products for consumer, enterprise and B2B projects. She has worked with Carbon Five, LUXr, Hot Studio, Liquidnet, Cooper, and Mindscape. Lane is a certified Scrum master, a popular mentor for Lean Startup Machine and Startup Weekend, and a founding member of Balanced Team. She blogs at “The Apprentice Path” and tweets as @thinknow.