UX Sketchcamp NYC = a mini conference this past fall at NYU Tisch School of the Arts – ITP (Interactive Telecommunications Program) facilitated by a collaboration of amazing UX professionals. Shout outs to MJ Broadbent (@mjbroadbent), Dean Meyers (@deanmeistr), Jonny Goldstein (@jonnygoldstein), & Marc Niola (@MarcNiola) for designing, facilitating & creating an overall rocking experience. Keep drawing & designing!!
I had a good time sketchnoting at the event. It was hard to choose which workshop to attend as there were so many great options! Sketchnotes and links below…
The first workshop I attended, Story, was facilitated by Jonny Goldstein. The workshop was a solid combination of learning and experimenting with building & sharing our own stories. There were great mini lessons through out the session, too!
The second workshop I attended was Sketching Across the Design Process with Ray DeLaPena & MJ Broadbent. I love the concept behind this session, essentially they were asking us to consider ‘how’ we use sketching, and making a case that it’s usable in many ways!!!! Specifically, we use sketching differently when thinking, showing & talking… (Again, great group exercises!)
53’s Paper App was up next for showing. The keynote showed off the sexy app and talked about the design process as those at 53 aimed to make an app for the everyman.
What’s Sketchcamp without a bit of comedy? These sketchnotes may seem a bit out there… as Lee Sachs rocked UX Comedy, filling the room with laughter. (Beginning after the keynote.)
Takeaways from the crowd…
Thanks, y’all! A huge shout out to the organizers and presenters!
NYU Program – ITP (Interactive Telecommunications Program) – itp.nyu.edu/itp/
Lee Sachs – linkedin.com/in/coolpillows
53 – Paper