Yesterday, Smashing magazine published a post on The Messy Art of UX Sketching and inspired us to share with you a few examples of our own messy sketches.
When it comes to UX sketching, though, each individual in our team does things a little different. Some prefer a large whiteboard, while others are more likely to employ good-ol’ pencil and paper. What’s important is that we all sketch to various degrees. What follows are a few examples – in various levels of fidelity – of the great and messy sketches we’ve produced.
These sketches represent the very beginnings of an idea, a workflow, or a simple diagram of a concept that will be explored more deeply in subsequent iterations.
If you are a fervent Catalyst Tools user, you may recognize the concepts behind these early sketches and how they evolved into the tools they are today.