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Peiter Buick is Senior UX Specialist at Universal Mind. He is passionate about design’s ability to directly impact peoples lives. With a background in industrial design, he brings a unique perspective to the UX community. Connect with Peiter on twitter: @pbuick .

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The Messy Art Of UX Sketching

I hear a lot of people talking about the importance of sketching when designing or problem solving, yet it seems very few people actually sketch. As a UX professional, I sketch every day. I often take over entire walls in our office and cover them with sketches, mapping out everything from context scenarios to wire frames and presentations.

The Messy Art Of UX Sketching

Although it’s sometimes easier to start prototyping on a computer, it’s not the best way to visually problem solve. When you need to ideate web site layouts, mobile applications or story board work flows and context scenarios, sketching is much more efficient. It prevents you from getting caught up in the technology, and instead allows you to focus on the best possible solution. Giving you the freedom to take risks that you might not otherwise take.

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