Thursday 5th March, 2015
9:55am to 10:20am
Storytelling is important in our culture and often takes the form of folktales and myths. As humans we are hardwired to listen to and learn from stories.
Postdoctoral Research Assistant at Royal Holloway University of London
Makayla is a Post Doctoral Research Assistant at Royal Holloway University of London (Information Security Group) on the Cyber Security Cartographies project where she spends her time listening to and crafting user stories and social networks.
Listen, look, imagine, visualise: visual note-taking to support free and open exchange of complex thoughts, experiences, and content.
Storytelling is important in our culture and often takes the form of folktales and myths. As humans we are hardwired to listen to and learn from stories. In UX visual note taking is often used in the development of experiences and content as it offers practitioners a way to express their thoughts, information and user research. It allows for the most complex information to be represented simply and to a variety of people offering better access, meaning and empathy to its viewers. Makayla’s interactive talk will provide: a background to visual note taking including strong UX examples, skill development & approach to visual note taking and live development of a visual icon library that will help bring your visual notes to life.
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