More insight from my UX work in London
I’m in the process of wrapping up my London life before I start the long haul back to New Zealand on Friday. In the process of packing up our home I found some more notebooks with what I hope is some more valuable insight to share with you all.
Some of these I made some time ago so I’m a bit rusty on what they refer to, but to start, these are my notes from a meeting with a fairly senior person in a large bank when I asked him to explain the strategy behind a piece of software I had been asked to design for.
Fairly self explanatory I think. But just in case it’s not I seem to have expanded on it on the next page.
So to sum up, there is a blob, and some arrows …. a king of some kind … stick figures running around … speaks for itself really. Are those knives?
I also found these little guys who I’m guessing I had intended to use to illustrate … a thing of some kind …
At some point it looks like I added a bit of detail to these guys as follows
Looking at them now they seem to be representing some fairly unpleasant values, but I honestly can’t remember what they were for.
Anyway, as a semi-final London hurrah, the rest of the meeting notes I photographed before binning my London notebooks. Something of value in there for designers I’m sure. The more experienced among you may be able to spot the subtle signs that indicate I had lost focus a little in some of them.
For stationary nerds I love the Muji B5 notebooks with the brown covers. I love them so much in fact that I’ve bought a huge stack of them to ship back to New Zealand.