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Andrea Fineman's Sketchbook

Andrea Fineman's Sketchbook

How do experience designers use sketching? I use it to quickly test out ideas and develop new ideas as I go. Sketching even very common interaction design patterns (for smartphone apps, for instance) can reveal new ideas for data visualizations or other interaction features. More often, though, making a quick sketch of an interface that seems simple in your mind can reveal fundamental flaws in the idea.

Andrea Fineman

Andrea Fineman is a designer at Adaptive Path, a user experience design and consulting firm in San Francisco. Fineman is also a coder, a service design enthusiast, and a 2015 graduate of Carnegie Mellon's master's program in interaction design. Her research on customer/employee interaction, personalization, and data is published in SEGD’s online academic research journal Communication + Place.

Andrea Fineman
Andrea Fineman Sketchbook
San Francisco
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