Applying Kurt Vonnegut’s 8 rules for writing to user experience

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As user experience designers, we’re redefining how people interact with content. What could a 1960’s counter culture novelist teach us about onboarding new users or making product decisions? Kurt Vonnegut, author of Slaughterhouse Five and over 25 other famous works, was a master of language and storytelling. In one of his last books, Vonnegut outlined 8 rules for creative writing––including where to start your story and the job of every sentence. Come see how the rules that Vonnegut used while sitting at a typewriter apply directly to our work as designers, researchers and writers building online experiences.
Find a new way to think about designing products through the lens of an iconic postmodern author.
See examples of uncommon ways Instagram has solved UX problems.
Learn how the power of storytelling can build a stronger connection between your product and the people who use it.
Presented by Hazel Jennings at UX Australia 2017

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