Behance Live Stream: Interaction Design Day 1 (9/25/18)

Adobe invited Sharon and I to the Behance NYC offices to prototype inclusive design from 9/25-9/27. It was both of our first times on LIVE …we were a little scared, but ended up being pleasantly surprised.

Here’s a link to the live replay of Day 1: https://www.behance.net/live/videos/1575

For our Live Stream, we both wanted engage our audience to participate and help us identify areas we should work on. User research at it’s finest! User data could help validate or prove wrong our hypotheses. We kicked it old school…prototyping with stickies, paper, but also digital sketching.

 Our brilliant paper sticky method!

Our brilliant paper sticky method!

Audience feedback was great! From our paper ideas, we showed them on screen and polled the audience to vote for the idea they liked best. The audience voted (yes, your vote matters!) and we prototyped 2 live screens from user feedback.

Here are a few icons I created in the ideation phase.:

 We decided on the top left corner icon, which visually communicated “anonymity”

We decided on the top left corner icon, which visually communicated “anonymity”

To see our screens and user feedback, check out the live stream for Day 1: https://www.behance.net/live/videos/1575