Trajectories for UX designers

At EuroIA in 2015, I talked about Trajectories – a design and storytelling technique that IAs and designers can use to bridge gaps, share ideas and seed a culture of quality connections. I promised to share a free download detailing more about the technique – I always keep my promises.

I think designers should be great storytellers. Most of design is about telling yourself a story of the future and devising ways to make that future a reality. So I wanted to share the way you can use ‘Trajectories’ to tell stories.

You can download the booklet I wrote on this page – as well as order the printed version.

Download the PDF version of ‘Trajectories for UX designers’.


If you’d like to order pre-order a printed version of the booklet with added colour, use the link below. These will be printed on demand – so please allow 21 days for delivery. The content is exactly the same as the free home-printer-friendly download above – but the money will pay for gifts for my family.

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