In a new series from Johnny Holland, we turn the light onto the community to discuss hot topics and issues. Read on and discuss! We begin on communication.
You have spent time with your team crafting a UX vision for a product you are working on. You have spent a few weeks outlining who the key users are, the critical journeys, design principles, the product framework and who needs to work on what. There is genuine excitement in the workshop about what will be required to take the UX vision forward towards delighting both the business and its customers. At the end of the workshop, you are left with lots of discussion notes, post it notes, sketches, wireframes and clear design goals. Everyone says their goodbyes and returns to their respective teams. Now … after a week or so, the workshop energy and focus starts to slowly fade. It becomes harder and harder to remember the key parts of the UX Vision and it becomes challenging to communicate that out to other key stakeholders who were not at the workshop.
So the question is: