Billy's first rule for designing better UX– don't sit down at your computer first. Use paper, pencil, and other real-world tools to explore a design space of ideas. Create many low fidelity, low investment designs, and then evaluate and select the best for further design, wireframing, and prototyping. This session will get you started.
You will learn:
- The reasons that starting with paper and pencil will result in more fluid and innovative designs.
- How experimental design produces better results that the usual single-track design
- Basic techniques and options for sketching low fidelity, low investment, innovative designs and interactions