| View | Upload your own This weekend I went to BarCamp and it was great. Always good to catch up with fellow campers and hear what’s on their minds. What was on my mind this weekend was DIY User Research – you can see my slides above. This took me a little out of… Continue reading DIY User Research :: My BarCamp Presentation
I’m really interested to hear what guerrilla style techniques you’re using to do User Research when there’s not a lot of budget or if you don’t have the traditional research facilities or infrastructure? I imagine there’s some pretty interesting stuff going on out there, what with all the new and often free web based tools… Continue reading Guerrilla Techniques – Does inexpensive research have to be ‘quick & dirty’?
For my recent BarCamp session I shared a design technique that a colleague and I developed quite recently that we’ve found to be quite successful in both generating great design ideas and developing consensus about the design approach for projects within a multi-disciplinary team. We callÂ this techniqueÂ Design Consequences, due to the similarity it has with… Continue reading Design Consequences: A fun workshop technique for brainstorming & consensus building
in the last few days, Microsoft Office has been playing up on me. I go to load Windows, and it just doesn’t. I don’t know what’s wrong and I’ve tried all the technical tricks I know to get it working (which is a pretty limited bag of tricks I have to admit). So, I’ve decided… Continue reading open office