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Designing Better UX Deliverables

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Needing to produce some kind of deliverables throughout a project is inevitable: it might be user research reports to inform senior stakeholder; usability test results to communicate to developers; sketches and wireframes to pass on to web designers.

Just as we make the products and services we design easy to use, the UX of UX is about communicating your thinking in a way that ensures that what you’ve defined is easy to understand for the reader. It’s about adapting the work you do to the project in question and finding the right balance of making people want to look through your work whilst not spending unnecessary time on making it pretty.

Anna Dahlström will help you think about how best to design deliverables for the different audiences you encounter. This event will be a bit more hands-on than usual: please bring a notepad and pens, if you can (we may be able to supply some spares!). The outline is:
  • 25-30 mins talk
  • 10 min exercise + 5 min discussion
  • 15 min Q&A

Anna is a UX designer helping startups and established companies with UX related matters. Originally from Sweden, Anna lives and works in London where she’s often found in a cafe, working on @byflock or @UXFika. Prior to freelancing, which she’s just given up, Anna worked for Dare.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Usability Group series.

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