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Design Studio und Sketchboards | Materialsammlung

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Sketching und Interaktionsdesign | Materialsammlung

In dieser Woche war ich erneut als Coach auf der German UPA Summerschool. Ein Thema dort war Paper-Prototyping und Sketching. Dies hier ist meine “geheime” Materialsammlung zu dem Thema.

Vielleicht ist ja was Spannendes für Euch dabei, liebe Zielgruppe…

  • The Visual Thinking Power Tool | A List Apart
    "I used drawing as a primary language for capturing thoughts, exploring ideas, and then sharing those ideas. Teachers and mentors encouraged me, helping to sustain sketching as a key skill throughout school and into my professional career. Good fortune has ignited my passion to become a sketch advocate, helping others rediscover sketching as a powerful problem-solving and communication tool."
  • Shades of Grey: Wireframes as Thinking Device | UX Magazine
    "For me, wireframes act as a form of 'thinking device' for the setting and exploration of a given problem space […]. I use my sketches and wireframes as means to make explorative moves and assess the consequences of those moves."
  • Shades of Grey: Thoughts on Sketching | UX Magazine
    "Artifacts used in communicating design create an inherent frame of experience between the subjective response of the person for whom I design, and my expectations of their response. There is a divergence of meaning in that the audience can only experience the communications artifact, not the object being communicated."
  • Tools for Sketching User Experiences | UX Booth
    "In this article, I’ll expound on the tools I use every day to design interfaces and experiences. I’ve spent years trying a variety of tools, and so far, analog tools such as markers, notebooks and paper templates have proved to be the most effective because of their constraints and flexibility."
  • Good Design Faster | Slideshare
    "Slides for Adaptive Path's Good Design Faster workshop, as given by Peter Boersma at Design by Fire 2010."
  • Sketching for Design 101 | Slideshare
    "A presentation I gave to the design team at Viget Labs on June 9, 2009"
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Lesenswertes vom 28.10.2011 – Präsentationen und Vorträge

  • How to give great presentations | Adfero Group
    "We’ve all seen horrible presentations. Most of us have probably given a few in our day. But in the professional world, public speaking is an unavoidable fact of life. […] In reminiscing on the truly awful presentations I’ve seen, I came up with 4 basic pitfalls that can doom any public speaker."
  • No more slides | Oliver Reichenstein
    "While reading a speech from paper is widely frowned upon, it is not only accepted that people use slides for support, it's expected that you show something visual when you speak. This fairly new practice is justified with old cliches like "a picture says more than a thousand words." The truth is: If we prepare properly we don't need PowerPoint."
  • 4 things your upcoming conference presentation really oughtta be | Cooper Journal
    "After years of doing this, I’ve come to group these successes and failures into four big criteria that every conference presentation ought to have. I’m going to share them with you now in the hopes that a) I’m right and b) more presentations will fall into the “awesome” rather than “regrettable” category."

Dann habe ich schon mal was, woran ich mich für meinen World Usability Day Vortrag halten kann.

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Lesenswertes vom 18.10.2011 – Rund um Design Patterns

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Lesenswertes vom 12.10.2011 – The Case against Responsive Web Design

Nachdem ich viel Positives über Responsive Web Design gepostet habe ([1], [2], [3]), hier ein paar kritische Stimmen zu dem Thema:

  • 11 Reasons why responsive web design isn’t that cool! | WebDesignShock
    "Every proposal must have some weak points and this, as a “new one”, shouldn’t be considered the solution to the world’s problems. In the heat of the moment, not many people stop and think about the downside, the mistakes and the compatibility issues this proposal may have; and this is actually very normal. In the end, we’re just starting to know how this thing works, right?"
  • CSS Media Query for Mobile is Fool’s Gold | Cloud Four
    "Unfortunately, CSS media query is fool’s gold for mobile devices. It hides tough problems and gives developers a false promise of a simple solution for designing to multiple screens."
  • Responsive Web Design or Separate Mobile Site? Eh. It Depends. | Global Moxie
    "In the mobile world, we have the persistent and circular debate over whether the mobile web should be powered by the very same sites and webpages that render the desktop web. Savvy CSS media queries, beautifully explained as “responsive web design” by Ethan Marcotte, can transform any webpage into device-specific layouts tailored for any device. But should they? Strong opinions sally forth."
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Lesenswertes vom 03.10.2011 – Agile & UX

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Lesenswertes vom 24.09.2011 – Windows Phone Ressources

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Lesenswertes vom 22.09.2011 – Responsive Web Design

Hier die spannendsten Links zum Thema Response Web Design.

(via delicious.com)