Peter Gregersen

UX Sketching

Do you know the power of UX sketching? In this workshop you will learn the techniques for sketching the user experiences that you work with in your daily life. You will learn why you should start faking it before building it, and how to visualize your concepts for team members, clients and customers. The day is a mix between practical exercises with pen and paper and insights on the theoretical background behind sketching.

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12th October 2021 – Messe Graz

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Limited to 20 participants.

400,00 €
incl. VAT.: 480,00 €

Who should attend?

If you are working with product design, usability, user experience or user interfaces this workshop is for you. You definitely don’t need to be able to draw or sketch anything to attend. You just need a curious approach on pen and paper and a wish to improve your design and communication skills by mastering UX sketching.


What will you learn? 

  • The difference between UX sketching, visual facilitation and sketch noting.
  • Practical steps to get started on improving your UX sketching
  • A visual vocabulary
  • The meaning of low fidelity and high fidelity prototypes
  • The theory behind UX sketching
  • How you can apply UX sketching in your own daily work

Date: Tuesday, October 12th
Time: 08:30 - 17:00
Location: Messe Graz - Hall5
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Peter Gregersen

Chief UX Designer, Mobile Pay

Peter Gregersen is a Danish UX Designer. He has conceptualized and designed mobile banking products since 2007, including award winning Danske Mobilbank (Denmark’s first native mobile bank) and MobilePay (the largest Nordic mobile payment solution).

Currently, he is working on strategic projects and concepts for MobilePay and it’s 4 million Nordic users.

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