5 Comments

  1. Luke
    24th November 2010 @ 5:27 am

    Just discovered your page, it will be an amazing resource for my HCI lectures and assignments this year, loved this post and the personas one, thank you so much.

  2. Robert Rawlins
    5th June 2012 @ 3:42 pm

    Fantastic post – one of the very few decent guides on building scenarios I’ve found. Thanks.

  3. Irith
    1st August 2012 @ 4:05 am

    This is perfect! Just about to run my first scenario session in 25 minutes, boy was this helpful!!!

  4. 8 design mistakes that startups can avoid. - Pitchrs
    8th May 2013 @ 7:28 am

    […] Any UX designer will tell you the power of user scenarios. This is simply defining the story of your user so you can refine tactics to fully engage with them in a more directed manner. Alot of User eXperience revolves around defining context and mapping out the needs of the user. Then you move to meeting these needs. Being user centric should be your core rationale behind near all design decisions taken as it only serves to build a strong more connective experience for the individual user. Here is a well laid out guide to user scenarios. […]

  5. Tristan
    8th May 2014 @ 3:53 pm

    Great article. It seems that more and more, scenario mapping is embedded in story mapping. What do you think of this trend? We have built a tool based on story mapping structure but flexible / customizable enough to address scenario mapping. Have a look at it, it’s free : http://www.featuremap.co