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Embracing Iterative Design Talk (Slides & Audio)

embracing-iterative-design.jpgTonight I gave a talk to the Web414 group on embracing iteration in the design process, and I think it went pretty well.

I discussed what iteration was and gave ideas on how to embrace iteration and use it to your advantage when designing logos, website and more.

I shared sketches, black and white and color artwork from the Blit logo design, and the UserScape web redesign. We had a great discussion in the Q&A, where I had a chance to share details of my design thinking related to both of these projects. It was fun to get up in front of my Web414 friends and talk about my design work.

Interested in checking out my slides from the talk? You can view the Slides on Slideshare or on Flickr.

You can listen to my talk, recorded at April's Web414 meeting in MP3 format, or hear it streamed here from at the end of this post, or stream it from at the link below:

Mike Rohde: Embracing Iterative Design (

Thanks Pete for recording it for me!

You may also want to read my article at Graphic Define on the same topic.

Reader Comments (3)

April 2007 Meeting Recording:
April 14, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterPete Prodoehl
Thanks Pete! I may look into something that would let me embed the talk right on this page, if that's OK.
April 15, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterMike Rohde
Mike, IM me during the week and I can show you a nice player I've used before.
April 15, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterPete Prodoehl

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