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Sketching User Experiences: The Workbook
 
 

Sketching User Experiences: The Workbook, 1st Edition

 
Sketching User Experiences: The Workbook, 1st Edition,Saul Greenberg,Sheelagh Carpendale,Nicolai Marquardt,Bill Buxton,ISBN9780123819598
 
 
 

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This how-to illustrated workbook provides all the tools designers need to get the right design every time!

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Key Features

  • Features standalone modules detailing methods and exercises for practitioners who want to learn and develop their sketching skills
  • Extremely practical, with illustrated examples detailing all steps on how to do a method
  • Excellent for individual learning, for classrooms, and for a team that wants to develop a culture of design practice
  • Perfect complement to Buxton’s Sketching User Experience or any UX text

 

  • Author-maintained companion website at

    http://grouplab.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/sketchbook/

Description

Sketching Working Experience: The Workbook provides information about the step-by-step process of the different sketching techniques. It offers methods called design thinking, as a way to think as a user, and sketching, a way to think as a designer. User-experience designers are designers who sketch based on their actions, interactions, and experiences. The book discusses the differences between the normal ways to sketch and sketching used by user-experience designers. It also describes some motivation on why a person should sketch and introduces the sketchbook. The book reviews the different sketching methods and the modules that contain a particular sketching method. It also explains how the sketching methods are used. Readers who are interested in learning, understanding, practicing, and teaching experience design, information design, interface design, and information architecture will find this book relevant.

Readership

Students, professors, and professionals from multiple disciplines; Computer Science, Industrial Design, Digital Media Design, Cognitive Science, Fine Art etc.; User experience community (Information Architects, Interface Designers, Interaction Designers, Usability engineers, etc.); Computer Scientist specializing in HCI and/or Information Visualization; Arts and Industrial Design community (Graphic Designers, Web Designers, Information Designers, Product Designers, Industrial Designers); Product Managers, Creative Directors, etc.

Saul Greenberg

PhD, Full Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Calgary

Affiliations and Expertise

PhD, Full Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Calgary

Sheelagh Carpendale

Sheelagh Carpendale is a Professor at the University of Calgary where she holds a Canada Research Chair in Information Visualization and an NSERC/AITF/SMART Industrial Research Chair in Interactive Technologies. She is the recipient of several major awards, including the NSERC University Faculty Award (UFA) and the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Award (BAFTA) for Off-line Learning. She directs the Innovations in Visualization (InnoVis) research group and the Computational Media Design interdisciplinary graduate group. Her research on information visualization, large interactive displays, and media art draws on her dual background in Computer Science (Ph.D. Simon Fraser University) and Visual Arts (Sheridan College and Emily Carr University of Art and Design).

Affiliations and Expertise

Professor at the University of Calgary where she holds a Canada Research Chair in Information Visualization and an NSERC/AITF/SMART Industrial Research Chair in Interactive Technologies.

Nicolai Marquardt

Nicolai Marquardt is a PhD candidate at the University of Calgary working with Dr. Saul Greenberg. He graduated in Media Systems from the Bauhaus University in Weimar, and joined Microsoft Research in Cambridge and Redmond as an intern during his graduate studies. He uses sketches extensively when designing novel interactive systems.

Affiliations and Expertise

Nicolai Marquardt is a PhD candidate at the University of Calgary working with Dr. Saul Greenberg.

Bill Buxton

Affiliations and Expertise

Principal Researcher, Microsoft Research, Redmond, Washington and Toronto, Canada

Sketching User Experiences: The Workbook, 1st Edition

Preface Acknowledgements 1 Getting into the Mood 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Why Should I Sketch? 1.3 The Sketchbook 1.4 10 Plus10: Descending the Design Funnel 2 Sampling the Real World 2.1 Scribble Sketching 2.2 Sampling with Cameras 2.3 Collecting Images and Clippings 2.4 Toyboxes and Physical Collections 2.5 Sharing Found Objects 3 The Single Image 3.1 Warm Up to Sketching 3.2 Sketching What You See 3.3 Sketching Vocabulary 3.4 The Vanilla Sketch 3.5 The Collaborative Sketch 3.6 Slideware for Drawing 3.7 Sketching with Office Supplies 3.8 Templates 3.9 Photo Traces 3.10 Hybrid Sketches 3.11 Sketching with Foam Core 4 Snapshots of the Time: The Visual Narrative 4.1 Sequential Storyboards 4.2 The State Transition Diagram 4.3 The Branching Storyboard 4.4 The Narrative Storyboard 5 Animating the User Experience 5.1 The Animated Sequence 5.2 Motion Paths 5.3 Branching Animations 5.4 Keyframes and Tweening 5.5 Linear Video 6 Involving Others 6.1 Uncovering the Initial Mental Model 6.2 Wizard of Oz 6.3 Think Aloud 6.4 Sketch Boards 6.5 The Review Index

Quotes and reviews

"In Sketching User Experiences, Buxton gave a compelling argument as to WHY sketching is so important to design. In this excellently-designed companion, he and his co-authors show HOW.  I have been haranguing students for years with the message that they should be doing a lot of sketching, and this is the first guide I can really use to show them what it means and how it works."--Terry Winograd, Professor at Stanford University and founding faculty member of its 'D.School' and author of Bringing Design to Software
"As an interaction designer who teaches, I’ve waited a while for a book like this! Sketching User Experiences - The Workbook is a design-by-doing guide for practitioners and students on how to integrate design practice, techniques and thinking into the practices of human-computer interaction and interaction design. As the companion piece to Bill Buxton’s Sketching User Experience, this book is a one-two combination for learning and doing design in a world of interaction."--Ron Wakkary, Associate Professor at the School of Interactive Arts and Technology, Simon Fraser University and Co-Editor-in-Chief of ACM interactions magazine
"Don’t be put off by the title. This is a book for non-artists, albeit those developing user interfaces who recognise how much visual communication helps clients and colleagues understand design concepts. If, as a non-artist, you already produce ‘visuals’ you probably use software with a library of images and preformed shapes…This is a very positive book for the non-artist. It is profusely and relevantly illustrated and has a 50:50 balance between print and illustrations, which makes it very easy to dip into for ideas. The layout of the 250 pages is a demonstration of how uncluttered layout combined with simple design produces a highly effective teaching tool. To reinforce the point, there is also a detailed index."--BCS.org
"Based on the authors' experience that sketching is an essential part of design, this excellent workbook is aimed at getting either students or professionals into the practice. Each chapter begins with a list of the necessary materials and ends with a "You Now Know" section, as well as occasional exercises. Tips on how to handle things that may arise during sketching are provided and the book is illustrated with color photographs and hand drawn-illustrations."--Reference and Research Book News, October 2012

 
 
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