You Too Can Be A Sketching Machine!

Sketching is a crucial skill for developers to ideate, iterate, and communicate their ideas. It is time to gain the confidence you need to sketch in person or in front of a group. By harnessing the power of sketching you can make sure your ideas are solid without wasting time going down the wrong path. In this fun hands-on talk, you will experience the power of sketching firsthand through challenging yet fun exercises that will nudge you out of your comfort zone. You will be able to apply what you learn into your workflow right away so you can generate amazing ideas, iterate collaboratively, and move forward faster. Start your sketching journey today!

Vorkenntnisse

Attendees do not need to have previous knowledge about sketching since I go over the basics of sketching and the exercises are for beginners and those looking to get back into sketching.

Lernziele

The audience is going to experience the power of sketching firsthand through specific exercises. Participants will be sketching under various constraints such as time and space on a page, and shapes. They will also learn about the importance of using sketching to ideate, iterate, and communicate their ideas. I will share my own sketching journey as I went from not sketching and struggling as a designer to becoming an advocate for sketching and saving my career. Participants will be inspired to incorporate sketching into their workflow and processes right away so they can gain the full benefits of sketching and become amazing and boost their careers.

 

Speaker

 

Rizwan Javaid
Rizwan Javaid is a Senior User Experience Consultant at Slalom Consulting. Rizwan's design experience includes delivering results for organizations in a variety of industries. Rizwan combines his background in front-end web development and UX to create effective, usable, and profitable designs. He has a passion for sketching and leads fun and inspiring workshops at conferences worldwide.

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