August 19th, 2011

Doodling as part of our graphic facilitation workshop with Ink Factory

Wireframe basics: now in French!

Part of the Fuzzy Math design series has gone international! Thomas Poblete at letmecraft, got in touch with Fuzzy Math asking if he could translate our wireframe basics posters. We said absolutely, he went to work, and now we have all three posters on how to read, evaluate, and design wireframes in French.


July 26th, 2011

Doodling as part of our graphic facilitation workshop with Ink Factory

How to design a wireframe

You’re reading the last of three articles in the Fuzzy Math design series on wireframe basics. These articles talk about wireframe fundamentals: how to read, evaluate, and design wireframes effectively. « previous article: How to evaluate a wireframe Last up in our wireframe series this week is how to design wireframes. With so many great   …Continue Reading


July 19th, 2011

Doodling as part of our graphic facilitation workshop with Ink Factory

How to evaluate a wireframe

You’re reading the second of three articles in the Fuzzy Math design series on wireframe basics. These articles talk about wireframe fundamentals: how to read, evaluate, and design wireframes effectively. « previous article: How to read a wireframe Second up in our wireframe basics series – we’re focusing on evaluating wireframes. Evaluating a wireframe is   …Continue Reading


July 12th, 2011

Doodling as part of our graphic facilitation workshop with Ink Factory

How to read a wireframe

You’re reading the first of three articles in the Fuzzy Math design series on wireframe basics. These articles talk about wireframe fundamentals: how to read, evaluate, and design wireframes effectively. There are tons of great articles out there currently on the subject of wireframes and how to effectively create them. With wireframes not only being   …Continue Reading


July 27th, 2010

Doodling as part of our graphic facilitation workshop with Ink Factory

Omnigraffle Table of Contents Generator

You’re reading an article in the Fuzzy Math design series. These articles talk about our practice: why we do what we do, and how we do it. « previous article: Prototyping with Omnigraffle: show/hide annotations Yow! I was going to write up a lovely exposition on the benefits of using this table of contents script,   …Continue Reading


February 24th, 2010

Doodling as part of our graphic facilitation workshop with Ink Factory

Prototyping with Omnigraffle: show/hide annotations

You’re reading an article in the Fuzzy Math design series. These articles talk about our practice: why we do what we do, and how we do it. « previous article: Fuzzy Math Prototypes We use Omnigraffle Pro to generate prototypes and wireframes from one source document. It allows us to link elements (buttons, page regions,   …Continue Reading


February 15th, 2010

Doodling as part of our graphic facilitation workshop with Ink Factory

How Fuzzy Math does the prototypes

You’re reading an article in the Fuzzy Math design series. These articles talk about our practice: why we do what we do, and how we do it. « previous article: Wireframes vs. Prototypes The other day we looked at a few takes on a current debate in the user experience (UX) community of the role   …Continue Reading


February 12th, 2010

Doodling as part of our graphic facilitation workshop with Ink Factory

Wireframes vs. Prototypes

You’re reading an article in the Fuzzy Math design series. These articles talk about our practice: why we do what we do, and how we do it. « previous article: Concept models We haven’t talked about prototypes or wireframes yet in our design series, but they are a key component of our work. Prototypes are   …Continue Reading


January 27th, 2010

Doodling as part of our graphic facilitation workshop with Ink Factory

Concept models

Here we go with the first in our series about design deliverables. This week it’s concept models (or concept maps, take your pick) getting the love. What they are Concept maps are a quick and easy way to explore and visually document a domain of knowledge. It’s literally a map or a model of concepts   …Continue Reading


January 18th, 2010

Doodling as part of our graphic facilitation workshop with Ink Factory

New design article series kicking off this week

I’ve been meaning to do this for some time, and now is that time! As 2010 rolls on and Fuzzy Math nears its first birthday (April Fool’s Day, for you present-buying types), it’s time to yap about what we do here, and not just for self-aggrandizement, believe it or not. In 2010 we’ll be more   …Continue Reading