Day 2 of the UX Australia conference was packed full of excellent presentations, and after a bunch of encouraging comments from folks who saw my sketches from yesterday, I drew some more for today’s sessions.

Rather than rely on my phone camera, this time I scanned today’s sketches to ensure that the images are of a higher quality.

One of the highlights for me was finally meeting Daniel Szuc, who co-authored SitePoint’s Usability Kit a few years back (and which I edited.) A huge thanks to the UX Australia organisers for putting on a well-run and well-catered event that delivered a ton of high quality presentations. UX Australia will run in Sydney next year, and comes highly recommended.

See my sketchnotes from Day 1 of the conference (click on each image to view a larger version).

Daniel Naumann and Sally BielenyDaniel Naumann: Working with clients to get better solutions, and Sally Bieleny: Users don’t always help

Daniel SzucDaniel Szuc: The value of asking why

Joe SokohlJoe Sokohl: Nailing it down

Matt MorphettMatt Morphett: Designs that ship

Rob SchererRob Scherer: Evidence based design

Rod Farmer and Anton SherRod Farmer and Anton Sher: Creating mobile experiences that matter

Scott BryantScott Bryant: Emerging a content strategy from user research

Shane Morris, Toby Cumming, and Jane CockburnShane Morris, Toby Cumming, and Jane Cockburn: Defining the recipient journey

For slides and audio from these UX Australia presentations, keep an eye on the UX Australia website over the coming weeks.

Matthew Magain Matthew Magain
Matthew Magain is a UX designer with over 15 years of experience creating exceptional digital experiences for companies such as IBM, Australia Post, and sitepoint.com. He is the co-founder of UX Mastery, and recently co-authored Everyday UX, an inspiring collection of interviews with some of the best UX Designers in the world.

  • http://www.laughingliondesign.net Jennifer Farley

    Excellent Matt! Love your sketches and it’s a memorable way to jot down some notes.

  • Kelly Steele

    That’s really impressive, Matt. I’m in awe………..

  • http://www.magain.com/ Matthew Magain

    Thanks guys! They were fun to draw and the speakers seem to get a kick out of seeing them too, which is nice.

  • http://www.myspace.com/pas_non pas_non

    AHA! finally the notes i took in highschool are validated – my psychology instructor in particular would love to see that those old sketches are now an acceptable form of notetaking :)

  • http://www.SitePoint.com Matt Mickiewicz

    Wow, that’s pretty damn sweet.

    Sketchnotes could be the next infographics!

  • Mike Rohde

    Nice work Matthew!

  • http://www.magain.com/ Matthew Magain

    @pas_non Yes! My high school exercise books were always littered with random sketches too!

    @Matt and @Mike Thanks!

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