[EVENT] The Problem-Solving Power of Stickies, Tomorrow

19 Sep 2007 - 11:52am
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dani malik
2005

Just a quick reminder that we will be hosting Kate Rutter at Adaptive
Path for what's sure to be a compelling and informative
presentation. Hope to see you there!

http://upcoming.yahoo.com/event/262849

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IxDA San Francisco is back with the second event in our Design Tools
series. This month we present Kate Rutter, Senior Practitioner for
Adaptive Path, as she discusses the problem solving power of stickies.

Learn the true power of the sticky note — yes, stickies! — to quickly
and effectively organize data, visualize themes, and identify
patterns.. We’ll start with an overview of how Adaptive Path uses
sticky notes (aka: Post-Its) in user experience projects. Then, we’ll
jump into a set of hands-on activities to test your stickies aptitude
and gain experience in multiple methods.

You’ll learn methods for rapidly visualizing and organizing data into
clusters using sticky notes and how these simple, elegant, and
versatile tools can help you untangle problems, set priorities,
understand complex work flows, and gather feedback from others.

You’ll leave with a greater appreciation for the sticky note, a
killer vocabulary for how to creatively use stickies, and an enhanced
ability to sort, track, and organize information. You’ll be amazed
what you can do with these simple little tools.

Presented by IxDA-SF and Adaptive Path.

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Thursday September 20, 2007
6:00 – Social Hour
7:00 – Presentation
FREE

Adaptive Path
363 Brannan Street
San Francisco, California 94107

http://upcoming.yahoo.com/event/262849

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Have a great idea for a future event? Interested in sponsorship? Get
in touch! sf-local at ixda.org

Comments

25 Sep 2007 - 6:26pm
Chauncey Wilson
2007

This sounds like a great session. There is a little book out with some
methods for using stickies that has some good ideas. The reference is:

Straker, D. (1997). Rapid Problem Solving with Post-it(R) Notes. Da Capo
Press. ISBN: 1-55561-142-7.

Chauncey

On 9/19/07, dani malik <dmalik at laszlosystems.com> wrote:
>
> Just a quick reminder that we will be hosting Kate Rutter at Adaptive
> Path for what's sure to be a compelling and informative
> presentation. Hope to see you there!
>
> http://upcoming.yahoo.com/event/262849
>
> --
>
> IxDA San Francisco is back with the second event in our Design Tools
> series. This month we present Kate Rutter, Senior Practitioner for
> Adaptive Path, as she discusses the problem solving power of stickies.
>
> Learn the true power of the sticky note — yes, stickies! — to quickly
> and effectively organize data, visualize themes, and identify
> patterns.. We'll start with an overview of how Adaptive Path uses
> sticky notes (aka: Post-Its) in user experience projects. Then, we'll
> jump into a set of hands-on activities to test your stickies aptitude
> and gain experience in multiple methods.
>
> You'll learn methods for rapidly visualizing and organizing data into
> clusters using sticky notes and how these simple, elegant, and
> versatile tools can help you untangle problems, set priorities,
> understand complex work flows, and gather feedback from others.
>
> You'll leave with a greater appreciation for the sticky note, a
> killer vocabulary for how to creatively use stickies, and an enhanced
> ability to sort, track, and organize information. You'll be amazed
> what you can do with these simple little tools.
>
> Presented by IxDA-SF and Adaptive Path.
>
> --
>
> Thursday September 20, 2007
> 6:00 – Social Hour
> 7:00 – Presentation
> FREE
>
> Adaptive Path
> 363 Brannan Street
> San Francisco, California 94107
>
> http://upcoming.yahoo.com/event/262849
>
> --
>
> Have a great idea for a future event? Interested in sponsorship? Get
> in touch! sf-local at ixda.org
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