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The Art of UX - Bringing right brain thinking into a left brain industry

  • Aug 19, 2014 · 5:30 PM

How to take BA’s, product owners, stakeholders and users on a creative visual journey. One that communicates UX design in a non technical, non linear, and none modular way. If you are an artist at heart, and have trouble communicating your ideas, you may find this talk inspiring.

Lincoln Mitchell

Lincoln's method of working is LeanUX /Agile which sees him involved in the discovery phase during inception.  He is often seen as the conduit for design, visualizing and steer the teams collaborative design ideas. He works closely with  Product Owner and Lead Developer making him the powerful 3rd member of the Agile triad team. 

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  • Jesse Y.

    Thanks all for tonight - especially Link, great talk. This is the app I was mentioned I used to convert static Blasamiq images into interactive prototypes.

    August 19, 2014

  • chocolate g.

    Thanks Link for such an honest, earthy and interesting talk. This is not an area I work directly in but you made it easy to understand and real, and a lot of what you said can apply to how & what I do also. It explained some valuable things for me in the way many areas can interact better to get a prettier/more useable/more valuable outcome. Thank you. Michelle

    August 21, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Hey guys thanks again for the relaxed atmosphere and great presentation. Link I did like the part about briefs, it bought me back to a question an employer asked me yesterday.. and my response.

    3. Ability to follow a brief (the questions in the job ad were laid out in a manner mimicking how a client would sometimes ask things)

    Number three would have to be the hardest. For example if the client asked for a pink elephant.. and he's imaging a newly born baby elephant flying across the sky with her little wings, just like the one on Disney. Then lets say I'm a Rock 'n' Roll fan and a bit bogan like. My mind is drifting off to NASCAR, with this 45 yr old alcoholic Indian elephant name Ricky, cigar in mouth, beer in hand, drifting sideways around the circuit with ACDC blaring in the background. Oh and the pink part happens as Ricky hits the wall.

    Like it love it briefs are good when detailed, understood and/or creative freedom is added as a bonus.

    August 20, 2014

  • Trent C.

    Great presentation, felt like I was looking into a mirror! Really gives me the seance that my career is heading in the right direction.

    August 19, 2014

    • Lincoln M.

      Thx Trent, so glad it hit the spot for you.

      August 20, 2014

  • Lincoln M.

    Thanks Ignia and Gary for putting this on.

    August 20, 2014

  • Lincoln M.

    Thanks Ignia and Gary for putting this on.

    August 20, 2014

  • Carl S.

    Thanks Link for having the courage to lett us into your mind. A lot of the things you talked about resonated strongly with me. Great talk.

    August 20, 2014

  • Ida D.

    I would love to come to this one but I'm not in Perth at that time! :(

    August 14, 2014

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