##See What I Mean
For those who’ve attended the session or workshops previously, thanks! Hope you enjoyed it and as always, we’d love to hear how it was applied and whether it was useful. More importantly, we’d like to know how it could be improved.
This post will serve as the place where I’ll keep the resources related to the presentation updated. If you do end up using this technique, please do let me know as I’d love to show some examples of other people using comics in design.
##Upcoming Presentations / Workshops
##Presentations / Slides
Unfortunately, the slides use very few bullet points so it may be hard to follow without being there. Luke took some great notes that I recommend checking out.
- IA Summit 2008 Workshop Slides (36MB pdf!)
- IA Summit 2007 Workshop Slides (9MB pdf)
- IA Summt / UXWeek 2006 slides (5MB pdf)
- CanUX Workshop slides (5MB pdf)
- SHiFT 2006 Slides (5MB pdf)
- The Tarquin Engine a flash template for dynamic online comic navigation
- Will Eisner’s Comics & Sequential Art
- Scott McCloud’s Understanding Comics
- Storyboard Artist
- Blambot Free Fonts and Balloons
- Comic Life
- Yahoo! Avatars
- Visual Thinking School (specifically the sketching module)
- Bubblr – add captions to Flickr or computer images
- ComicBook Creator for PC
- Wally Wood’s 22 Panels That Always Work
- Sun.com Design’s Comic Templates 1.0
- Sun.com Design’s Phone Convo Templates
- Balloonist Word Balloon Editor for Mac/Pc/Linux
- Bitstrips online comic creator
If you have any feedback, pictures, links or suggestions, feel free to drop a comment.
Also check out all my Del.icio.us bookmarks that I save related to this topic.