Community Design Crit August 2nd

Hung, Jonathan jhung at
Mon Aug 1 19:22:36 UTC 2016

Currently there is not any topic scheduled for the design crit on August 2nd.<http://airmail.calendar/2016-08-02%2012:00:00%20EDT> We will not have a design crit this week.

Also, we have updated the Design Critiques wiki page<> more clearly define the purpose of these meetings.  Here is the updated description reproduced below:

"A critique (or more informally a "crit") is an opportunity for us to come together as a small group and look at and discuss a creative artifact - a design wireframe, a persona, a newly-implemented UI or software component, etc. The idea is to focus on tangibles, not on abstract plans. What have we designed or built, why is it like this, what are its strengths, and how can we make it better? In many cases, techniques like our UX Walkthroughs, Inclusive Design Mapping Tool ("Petals & Flowers")<>, or User States and Contexts will help us concretely assess and discuss an artifact from different perspectives. It's based on the idea that creative work gets stronger when it is discussed amongst peers and diverse ideas are considered.

Crits help us to:

  *   amplify the strengths of a design
  *   suggest alternative trajectories
  *   reflect on our work through the lenses of different users
  *   identify areas of confusion
  *   focus on tangible artifacts, not just abstract ideas or goals

These design crits are informal, constructive, specific, and respectful. It's a forum where anyone from the community can bring their designs and receive feedback.

Since these meetings are participant driven, there will be occasions when the crit will not meet. Meetings will be announced in the schedule below, and to the relevant mailing lists (i.e. inclusive design community list, and fluid-work)."

- Jon.

Jonathan Hung, Inclusive Designer
Email: jhung at<mailto:jhung at>
OCAD University
Inclusive Design Research Centre
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