Joshua Wold: Sketches – The Universal Language

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October 20, 2017

Sketching is a universal language anyone can speak and understand, regardless of their technical background.
If you’ve ever had to explain a technical problem to a stakeholder, developer, designer, or client, then you’ve likely run into issues of miscommunication. A quick sketch can help validate that you are both on the same page, or show that you’re thinking completely different thoughts. Either way, this quick visual aid will have proved its value.
In this talk we’ll look at some quick steps to creating sketches that you can add to issue you’re discussing. This doesn’t require being an artist or a designer, if you can draw a few basic shapes then you can make sketches work for you.

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