Comics and storyboards can enable you to communicate user journeys that cover on and offline experiences in a clear and visual way. They can help wider client groups engage with the problems customers face, especially relating to journeys that may take place across multiple devices, time frames and contexts.
This is a practical, hands on session that will look at how to put together a structure, characters and scenario for your first ever UX comic. It will be done on paper, but digital tools useful for creating comics will also be covered. All materials will be provided. No particular drawing skills are needed, we'll start from scratch, even for those who are scared of putting pencil to paper!
Bonny has been researching and creating great user experiences for over six years, and has worked with clients as diverse as Samaritans, eBay and Expedia. She is focussed on providing all groups of users with appropriate and engaging content, regardless of the platform that it's delivered on. Comics have given her a way to communicate this need to clients, and she'd love to share this technique with others.