Scales of Interaction Design: a follow-up

I was fortunate to be able to present a talk at Interaction 16 in Helsinki on 2nd March.You can watch a video of my talk and find talks from other IxD16 presenters on the Interaction Design Association Vimeo channel.My talk looked at interaction design and how the object of design,...

How to be a more effective communicator: Part 2 Build a Sketchnote Bible

  Sketchnoting can help you be a more effective visual communicator. Here's how: Sketchnoting is a visual alternative to traditional note taking. It combines the use of visuals (images, shapes, connectors) and text for recording information and ideas. Sketchnoting focuses on capturing only the most important or...

Want to communicate visually? Build a Visual Library.

Showing is more effective than telling. Here’s why. Being able to think and communicate visually is a core skill of our job as designers and facilitators. Communicating visually does not mean creating elaborate artworks that look like the real thing. What we practice at Meld is...

Graphic recording, facilitation & sketchnoting

Recently Sabina and I were invited to graphically record some sessions at the Space AT the [Yellow] Table event for Sydney Architecture festival. It was a beautiful but scorching Sydney day, not your usual setting for lectures nor sketchnoting at such a large scale. The sessions we...