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Sketch Thinking

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Sketching tips for design thinking workshops. With notes and photos from d.school's Alli McKee's workshop of August 2015.

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Sketch Thinking

  1. 1. R JOSE BERENGUERES ketchS Thinking
  2. 2. Sketching skills Group IQ What happens when you sketch better?
  3. 3. What is the best sketching tool?
  4. 4. Why felt pen is better than ball pen? Because felt pen trace is more predictable (lateral friction)
  5. 5. How to sketch people? Stick man Tooth man Star man (good for drawing crowds)
  6. 6. Star man versatility balletpointingneutral
  7. 7. 1 2 3 How to draw star man To draw the star-man always start by the shoulders. Then the head. Then the limbs. Play with the curvature of the limbs to express: balance, direction, intention and other human attitudes.
  8. 8. Why do you need a sketching vocabulary? Vocabulary Impact Symbols Commas Flow Punctuation Storify Words
  9. 9. Use space for commas Frames, containers, space and negative space are the commas and paragraphs of the sketching language.
  10. 10. Creating flow A use arrows to make flow B
  11. 11. Containers for ideas use containers for paragraphs
  12. 12. Head elevation vs. age young old older
  13. 13. Exercise: Draw the largest crowd you can (30 sec).
  14. 14. Sketching moods using the eyes happy resignation O crossed
  15. 15. Drawing age using of eye & mouth adulttoddler
  16. 16. Use eye-mouth separation to express age kid adulttoddler In general, age increases with eye-mouth dispersion…
  17. 17. Toddler vs. granma toddler granma* …except for the granma case, where proportions become again those of a toddler* - Akira Toriyama
  18. 18. Use the lips to express a range of feelings happy (not so happy) sad
  19. 19. Exercise: Building a graphic vocabulary Try to sketch these keywords (in less than 10 seconds each) love, robot, key collaboration communication flower, house, time summer, cold, hot hope, athletic hungry
  20. 20. Teach to steal by forcing people to share... Getting used to steal People are weary of stealing. But stealing is OK. As long as you give credit. A way to make participants getting comfortable with stealing is by using guided mastery. (See Bandura’s guided mastery, see also #gamification). Exercise: Give each participant four A4 papers. Fill each A4 respectively with: Lines. Triangles. Circles. Squares. Be creative. At each A4 make participants incorporate one interesting ‘element’ from their peers’ previous A4 into theirs.
  21. 21. Test your storyfication skills… 1 Watch Paolo Cardini's talk Forget multitasking, try monotasking 2 Summarise the talk in a A4 paper with sticky notes
  22. 22. 3 Share (in pairs) 4 Incorporate at least one ‘element’ from peer 5 Iterate three times Share & steal from your peers...
  23. 23. Photo by Alli McKee. d.School. Aug 2015
  24. 24. Sketch “Cold” When possible visualize “feelings” boring impersonal typical
  25. 25. Sketch “music” be human-centered use support icons focus on the outcome of the experience use cotidian object
  26. 26. Use body language to express feelings use unbalanced head to show distress
  27. 27. Sketch “defeat” total lossneutral
  28. 28. Yeah!neutral Yeah! Sketch “Victory!”
  29. 29. Exercise: How-to gain confidence? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9123456789 When we arrived in the Valley we didn’t know anyone outside our comfort zone. Me and Cesar decided that we would try to make an effort to socialize more with strangers. So every Saturday noon we would go to a random Starbucks. We meet self-taught illustrator Juan Villa at such a Starbucks near Edgewood. He taught me this hack: Write numbers from 1 to 9. The left hand writes the mirror image of the right hand. Both hands write at the same speed. Most people are surprisingly good at left-hand mirror sketching. Gain confidence by discovering hidden abilities.
  30. 30. 4891417813299 ISBN 978-1-329-48914-1 90000 About the author Jose Berengueres received a Masters in Electrical Engineering in Barcelona and a PhD in bio-inspired robots from Tokyo Institute of Technology. He has taught Design Thinking and Business Models Innovation in Dubai, California, Germany and Mexico. He also consults on UX and biomimetics. In 2014 he was mentor at StartupWeekend Dubai. He currently is assistant professor at UAE University where he developed The Brown Book of Design Thinking.

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