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March Meetup - Ask Your Burning Question

Come out for some socializing and ask a burning question. Do you have something you've always wanted to know about? Do you have a problem and are wondering how other people would approach it?

This evening we'll have a question and discussion period. It will be a casual Q&A period - ask a question if you want; give an answer if you have one. Keep the discussion and learning alive in our community!

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  • Stephen J.

    I have to share
    It seems to be free and whilst it does not have as many features or ways of creating flow diagrams like lucidchart, it is the most rapid, navigable wireframe tool I have found.
    It looks like pencil etc.. but it measures up as better imo.

    March 27, 2013

  • Stephen J.

    @Jørgen should do the trick for easy online drag & drop storyboard/user journey creation.
    I was unable to find the one I was originally thinking of. I didn't try it but it looked like a skin of Balsamiq Mockups.

    March 27, 2013

  • Stephanie D.

    Thanks for the links guys. Great meetup!
    HotGloo was another interactive prototyping tool that was mentioned
    It has fantastic interaction support (some light programming is supported) but not the best to use for documentation (export options were not great).

    March 26, 2013

  • Dave K.

    In response to Jørgen's questions on experience mapping and plotting the customer journey, I thought I'd post some links to Chris Risdon's posts from his presentation at the IA Summit last year. I found their deliverable to be an interesting way to present a customer journey to the client. It's also a great artifact to continue to refer to.

    Adaptive Path blog post:

    IA Summit Presentation Slides:

    1 · March 25, 2013

  • Krispian

    A very enjoyable, casual meetup.

    March 25, 2013

  • Jørgen

    For those interested in the wonders of document outlining:

    A useful tool for checking your document outlines:

    A Book Apart has a good introduction that will save you reading the whole spec:

    March 25, 2013

  • Stephen J.

    @Chris Wong
    You were asking about online flow diagrams/wireframes is the best I have found for that. I would rather use it than Visio any day of the week.

    March 25, 2013

    • Chris W.

      Thanks very much for getting back to me about Lucidchart - I'm going to try it out. It looks good.

      March 25, 2013

  • Shawn M.

    Still at the office and will be for a while. Never been a Pages user, so in writing my usability test report I'm feeling more turtle-like than a hare-like. 8~|

    March 25, 2013

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