UX Research Trip Part 2: Participatory Sketching With a User: Pencast

Raw Notes from a Participatory Design Session Using LiveScribe

This is a real quick post before I run out to a ride along in a big truck.  A bunch of people have asked me about the magic of the Livescribe pen for UX.  Here is a “pencast” of a participatory sketch session with an end user done right out in the field with them.
Note:  This is not a finished deliverable.  This is a working tool I have been using to capture user input during the design process.    This is one session from a number I used to put together wireframes that we are getting ready to test.
Best viewed by clicking on the orange “full screen” arrow and then rotated.
I will write some notes on this later.

Published by JB

@uxsuccess Lean User Experience; Agile software development @Tellagence, I believe user success = business success. I talk about that here: uxsuccess.com Personal blog - http://staticpoetboy.com

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