Gamestorming Your Product with Service Design


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A large topic squeezed into a small amount of time, but gave us the flavor of Gamestorming's structured, collaborative approach to designing user experiences.

Very good speaker, animated and kept the audience involved. Was a good workshop that will have me digging more into the gamestorming process and how to apply it at work.

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Anonymous at 16:19 on 11 Aug 2012

Hands on, productive, and effective talk. A little short on time but there was lots of material covered. Great speaker.

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Anonymous at 16:28 on 11 Aug 2012

Wish we had time for feedback on the work we did in this hands on workshop. The instructor is very knowledgeable on the topic, but wish we had a roadmap showing us where we were going. Yet, we learnt a lot.

Anonymous at 22:31 on 11 Aug 2012

Great exercises to engage the attendees and an effective way to retain the information by doing. NICE job. Thank you!

Very helpful. I hope to use this technique in the near future for a website I'm planning.

Anonymous at 16:14 on 12 Aug 2012

I really enjoyed this talk. It was one of the most interactive talks, which complimented what was being taught perfectly.

I thought this talk was fantastic. I went into this event not knowing anything about Gamestorming and I an now ready to intergrate into our team meeting and client process

Anonymous at 13:20 on 13 Aug 2012

Excellent! Technical challenges and tough crowd at first, but he won them over with charm, smart talk, and activities I can use immediately on the job.

Anonymous at 20:35 on 13 Aug 2012

This was a fantastic talk! While I wasn't originally going to attend this talk, as it spanned two slots, it was well worth it. The speaker was engaging, the exercises a lot of fun, and it was a breath of fresh air to interact with people after sitting through the NASA guy's keynote. I wish that I could rate it 10 stars!

Your foresight to select this talk and schedule it for 2-slots is commendable. It really opened my mind to alternative meetings. I run many meetings weekly and learning these innovative methods was great. Also, for product development, the types of exercises we did in the course were perfect.

Todd presented the topic of Gamestorming really well to those of us who were new to the concept. The group exercise was a fun way to understand the principles of service design and user experience design that Todd mentioned in his talk.

This was dynamic, energetic and fun talk. I learned about empathy mapping and how meetings and games are really soooo much alike! Great crash course in making meetings engaging, productive and fun. We ran out of time at the end and couldn't finish the last topic.