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Sketchnotes from Agile UX NYC 2012

Since I’ve been working on my sketching and drawing skills, I decided to take a page from the Luke Wroblewski playbook and share my notes from the inaugural Agile UX NYC conference. It was an intense day and I don’t have something…legible…for every session, though most of the slides are on SlideShare.

Pivot Your Culture to Win with Agile: Eric Burd

Investing in Design: Phin Barnes

Replacing Requirements with Hypotheses: Josh Seiden

Getting Out of the Agile Building: Tomer Sharon

Managing Your Malkovich Bias: Andres Glusman

Quick, Visual, Collaborative & Continuous: Lane Halley

This one’s a little thin—be sure to grab the slides if you want to go deeper.

Learning to Play UX Rugby: Anders Ramsay

The Design Studio Method: Todd Zaki Warfel

Code Literacy: Jonathan Berger

AToMIC Design: Jennifer Gergen

Demystifying Design: Jeff Gothelf

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