2 weeks ago, the next push.workshop took place in Munich. A a very versatile group of interface designers, graphic designers, UX pros and developers sat down together to explore the fine art of sketching interfaces.
Amazing Eva-Lotta Lamm, interaction designer at Google, took a short trip from London to bring a perfect workshop with her. During the one day course, attendees got an in-depth view into the fine art of Sketching Interfaces. In a mix of theory and hands on exercises, everybody got a close look at when and how to use sketching in the design process, how to make sketches communicate more clearly and efficiently and how to run a collaborative sketching session with a group of people. After a fresh start with basic sketching techniques, Eva-Lotta build up the pace by sketching out flows and detailed screen designes, gave tips on improving sketches through right labeling and annotating and finally took on interactions and transitions.
A full description of the workshop can be found here.
And here are some impressions of the workshop and the great examples . What a development from start to end!
It was a blast!
At the end of the hot summer day, we all went home with countless new skills and techniques to apply in daily work!
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