The 8 Steps To Creating A Great Storyboard by JAKE KNAPP:
1. CHOOSE PART OF THE PROBLEM
2. TAKE NOTES (5 MINUTES)
3. MIND MAP (10–15 MINUTES)
4. CRAZY EIGHTS (5 MINUTES)
5. STORYBOARD (10–20 MINUTES)
6. SILENT CRITIQUE (5–10 MINUTES)
7. 3-MINUTE CRITIQUES (3 MINUTES PER IDEA)
8. SUPER VOTE (5 MINUTES)
I have been working on my own design research process and toolbox and the good news is finally my opt card is in its publication phase. So, very excited about the new job in Boston.
Five Steps to Storytelling with Data by UX Magazine
I believe the most important strategy among Design for Sustainable Behavior strategies is storytelling and information presentation. Today I found this short article about steps to a successful storytelling by Dominic Quigley:
Understand the Source, Identify the Narrative, Define the User Experience, Simplicity Rules, and Avoid Reinventing the Wheel.
Improving School Lunch by Design
It is very interesting to find out about participatory projects in social innovation field similar to our project with frog design.
“At the Everett Middle School in San Francisco, students, parents, school administrators and community partners toured an exhibit displaying the vision for new dining experiences in local schools.”
Behavioral Change Strategy Cards by Artefact
It is a nice collection what i have studied before and I have to say regarding to the resources they have I can not find that much novelty and creativity!
Just watched this amazing presentation about behavior change and healthcare. The main focus is on 6 super powers for game designers to create hope among people.
Challenge mindset, high vagal tone, connectedness, committed action, psychological flexibility, and positive reappraisal.
After a very busy summer found the opportunity to prototype the related toolkit for my behavior change framework and conduct a research based on it! feel great!
Embracing the UX Spectrum- UX Magazine
“With new technologies prominent in so many new contexts, UX designers are becoming more integral to the creation of systems and things outside of our Web and software spaces. As we grow and branch out, our empathy, creativity, and systems thinking will ultimately tie our community and practices together.” Jordan Clayton-Hall
And that’s a wrap for MA final project