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Visual CREATIVITY

Creativity stems creativity In today’s development culture, frameworks such as BDD, TDD and techniques such as the 3 Amigos have a huge emphasis on “building the right thing”, where teams have the chance to discover ways to build (and test) their sy
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Christina Ohanian

on 17 July 2015

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Transcript of Visual CREATIVITY

THE AGENDA
ABOUT US...
Talk about
creativity &
sketch noting
Gathering requirements using sketch notes
10 mins
Break
Exploratory
Testing using
mind maps
RETRO
SPECTIVE
Dan
Ashby
@DanAshby04
Christina
Ohanian
@ctohanian
Quick
Review
Talk about
Mind Maps
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You learn to be creative by experimenting, , questioning assumptions, using your
and turning into reality.
Creativity is learning and mastering a new way of thinking.
Skillsmatter
Blackfriars
Oxford Circus
This looks
really cool!



Using Sketch notes and Mind Maps to aid your agile testing
What's
Creativity!

What is
this Sketch noting all about?

Why
Sketch?
Let's practice
sketching.

10 Minute
break

Did you know we have two different sides of the brain?
Oh yes! The left side is
all about the analytical thinking whereas the right is all about CREATIVITY!
Let's put your
skills to the test!
EXERCISE 1:
Let's play Pictionary!
Reflective Moment!
Please don't start without me!
Visual Creativity
It's the 4th June,
and it's 2:30pm...and
we're at the
EXERCISE 2:
Let's practice sketch noting some Trello stories.
45 mins
20 mins
What's next?
Let's start
here!
Let's review our
mind-mapped testing notes
20 mins
EXERCISE 1:
Let's test Trello using mind-maps to record our exploratory testing.
45 mins
What are mind maps
and why use them?
How do we mind-map our exploration?
Retrospective
10 minute
break
Quick
Review
10 mins
Break
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LTG Workshops
HOUSE KEEPING RULES:
1. Turn & Talk!
2. Think it, Ink It
3. Have Fun!
Warm Up's
http://www.bikablo.com/
https://www.xmind.net/
Sketch Noting
Mind Maps
Person A: Think of a creature (in your head). You have 2 mins to write down the description your creature for "Person B".
Person B: You have 4 mins to build the creature using the Lego bricks.
Exercise A:
Pair up, and label yourselves as "Person A" and "Person B"
Exercise B:
Let's run the exercise again, however this time...
Person A: Think of the same creature (in your head). You have 2 mins to draw your creature for "Person B".
Person B: You have 4 mins to build "Person A's" creature using the Lego bricks.
http://www.tonybuzan.com/about/mind-mapping/
http://www.developsense.com/presentations/2007-10-PNSQC-AnExploratoryTestersNotebook.pdf
LISTEN WITH YOUR EYES
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