UX in the City: Oxford Visual Icon Library and Resources

CO-CREATED UX IN THE CITY: OXFORD  VISUAL ICON LIBRARY

UX in the City Oxford

Download A4 Visual Icon Library (Format: PDF): https://makaylalewis.files.wordpress.com/2017/04/uxinthecityoxford_iconlibrary.pdf

19 SKETCHNOTE STYLES

View a4 pdf: https://www.flickr.com/photos/makaylalewis/27205388423/in/dateposted/

RESOURCES

BOOKS & PAPERS

Brown S., 2014. The Doodle Revolution: Unlock the Power to Think Differently. Portfolio Penguin.

Cheng, K. 2012. See What I Mean: How to use Comics to Communicate Ideas. Rosenfeld Media

Cohn, N., 2012. Explaining ‘I can’t draw’: Parallels between the structure and development of language and drawing. Human Development, 55(4), pp.167-192.

Claudia Eckert, Alan Blackwell, Martin Stacey, Christopher Earl and Luke Church, 2012. Sketching across design domains: Roles and formalities. Articial Intelligence for Engineering Design, Analysis and Manufacturing, 26, pp 245-266.

Fleury, A., 2012, August. Drawing and acting as user experience research tools. In Proceedings of the 10th asia pacific conference on Computer human interaction (pp. 269-278). ACM.

Kudrowitz, B., Te, P. and Wallace, D., 2012. The influence of sketch quality on perception of product-idea creativity. Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Design, Analysis and Manufacturing, 26(03), pp.267-279.

Lewis. M, Coles-Kemp, L. 2014a. A Tactile Visual Library To Support User Experience Storytelling. Proceedings of NordDesign 2014, Finland.

Lewis. M, Coles-Kemp, L. 2014b. Are you feeling it? The use of Comic Strips to Encourage Empathy in Design. Extended Abstract for Workshop on Enabling Empathy in Health and Care: Designing Methods and Challenges at CHI’14 Human Factors in Computing System, Toronto Canada. ACM.

Roam, D. 2012. Back of the Napkin: Solving problems and selling id,eas with pictures. Marshall Cavendish

Sturdee, M, Hardy, J. Alexander, J & Dunn, N. 2015. A Public Ideation of Shape-Changing Applications. Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Interactive Tabletops & Surfaces. ACM.

Truong, K. N., Hayes, G. R., & Abowd, G. D. 2006. Storyboarding: an empirical determination of best practices and effective guidelines. In Proceedings of the 6th conference on Designing Interactive systems (pp. 12-21). ACM.

Sketchnotes from SketchnoteLDN “Drawing Faces” Special Guests Marc Bourguignon & Prabhat Mahapatra

#Sketchnotes from #SketchnoteLDN "Drawing Faces" Special Guests Marc Bourguignon & Prabhat Mahapatra (Drawn by Makayla Lewis)

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Sketchnotes: #SketchnoteHangout Q&A with Scott Torrance

Sketchnotes from #SketchnoteHangout June 2015 "Q&A with Scott Torrance" (Drawn by Makayla Lewis)

 

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Sketchnotes: Designing Interactive Systems Conference 2014

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Sketchnotes: #TheEuropas London 2014

Digital Sketchnotes from #TheEUROPAS London - June 2014

Digital Sketchnotes from #TheEUROPAS London - June 2014

Digital Sketchnotes from #TheEUROPAS London - June 2014

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Digital Sketchnotes from #TheEUROPAS London - June 2014

 

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CHI2013 write(sketch)-up

I recently attended CHI2013 (SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems) and like a lot of attendees I decided to blog my experiences. I originally began a rather lengthy write-up that discussed the informative sessions I attended, the influential individuals I met and the key things I learnt. I was half-way through and said to myself:

“Makayla you’ve been sharing your sketchnotes throughout the conference why are you now writing?”

I deleted the post, closed my laptop, opened my Moleskine, grabbed 3 pens and sketched a highlight travelogue that expressed all my key experiences & feelings plus much more.  So here is my “sketch-up” for CHI2013:

Sketchnote Travelogue: CHI2013, Paris France
Sketchnote Travelogue for CHI2013

I have also collated my sketchnotes from the twelve CHI2013 sessions I attended, these range from UX, accessibility, co-design to information security:

My CHI2013 travelogue & session sketchnotes can also be found on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/makaylalewis/sets/72157633362234865/detail/

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[Mini Blog] 2010 in Review

With 2011 now underway I thought I would briefly summarise 2010. It was a busy yet creative year were I predominately focused on my PhD research, this seemingly ENDLESS task will likely consume much of my time this year. I achieved a lot: completion of 2 studies: interviews and observations including research ethnic’s (and we all know how lengthy this can be), MPhil to PhD transfer examination, countless paper submissions which led to a major conference acceptance, and constant academic reading among other items. 2010 was also a year for sharing my research and reaching out to charities and disability and accessibility community via presentations and seminars, HCID CP Day, demo session and most surprisingly an unconference. These opportunities enabled me to meet and work alongside fantastic people whom had different experiences and insights of which I highly value. 2010 also presented the opportunity to regularly volunteer at user-led organizations directed at young adults with disabilities, learn British Sign Language (BSL) and par take in charity running e.g. Sports Relief 3 Mile run, Race for Life 5k and British 10K run. Furthermore, personally 2010 allowed me to expand on some of my ‘odd’ interests mainly concerning all-things Apple, Wii gaming, Star Wars, Vampires (books, films and TV shows etc.) and most importantly Guinea Pigs. I can now officially state that most, if not all, of my social media friends are aware of these ‘interests’ and are likely frustrated with my constant chatter; but having obtained a overshare badge on foursquare, this is unlikely to change – sorry :). But 2010 also presented challenges e.g. constant Crohn’s disease flare ups, a family bereavement, a distressing motorbike accident, being a carer with limited support etc., such challenges did not prevent me from pushing forward but provided strength and persistence – these acquired attributes are highly valued and will be undoubtably drawn on in the coming year. I hope that 2011 will bring exciting web accessibility research and technology,  new apple products 🙂 and most importantly happiness and success. I will end this mini blog by wishing all those who read this a prosperous 2011.

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