by Kevin Cheng
How do you get people to read your documentation? How do you get a point across within 10 seconds? How do you make sure your product stays true to its original vision?
Google used them. The US Postal Service used them. Adaptive Path used them. The US Navy used them. Business author and TED speaker Daniel Pink used them. It seems comics are in use everywhere lately.
Comics are a unique way to communicate, using both image and text to effectively demonstrate time, function, and emotion. Just as vividly as they convey the feats of superheroes, comics tell stories of your users and your products. Comics can provide your organization with an exciting and effective alternative to slogging through requirements documents and long reports.
In See What I Mean, Kevin Cheng, OK/Cancel founder/cartoonist and author of the soon to be released Rosenfeld book by the same title, will teach you how you can use comics as a powerful communication tool without any illustrator skills.
This half day workshop will help you:
In See What I Mean, Kevin will walk you step by step through the process of using comics to communicate, and provide examples from industry leaders who have already adopted this method.
by Wolf Becvar
Interactivity is on the go offering so many advantages, so why would you still stick to old-fashioned techniques and clumsy tools when you are about the concept THE next website. This session will bring you the advantages of interactive wireframing demoing the latest version of HotGloo.
11th–13th May 2011