TUGging in Los Angeles This Week

Special thanks to the organizers of the Santa Barbara UX Meetup and their counterparts at the Southern California Web Designers and Developers Meetup for hosting us at events this week at Right Scale and Kleverdog Coworking.

The Understanding Group in Santa Barbara

On Tuesday I got to do another trial run of some new work that I’m making ready for the upcoming MidwestUX conference. And it was wonderful to have the opportunity to catch up with Josh Morse, who serendipitously agreed to host the meetup at his company’s facility well in advance of knowing that a lecturer from his graduate school would be the “talent.” People in SB are super nice, and ask excellent questions. You should totally go to their next thing.

Download the OmniGraffle and Visio files here. Enjoy!

The Understanding Group in Los Angeles

Tonight we did a thing we’d never done before: a crash course on wireframes paired with 40 minutes of hands-on workshopping. Our audience was amazing, and there are photos of them presenting their work on the SCWDDM site. You can view video here: Basic Wireframing with The Understanding Group

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on 05.18.2012
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