[EVENT] The Problem-Solving Power of Stickies

25 Sep 2007 - 11:05pm
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Kate Rutter
2007

Hi, all:

Thanks to the folks who attended the session; I had a lot of fun, and
hope you did too!

And definitely grab David Straker's book that Chauncey mentions. Many of
the methods I use are similar to his, but he has a different, more
analytical take on the process. It's a great read and filled with smart
ideas.

Cheers,

-Kate

Chauncey Wilson wrote:
> 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
>>
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>>
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