Justin Cheong is a multidisciplinary designer, illustrator and educator. As a human-centred designer, Justin believes the path to better experiences is best forged through behavioural understanding and creative problem solving.
Justin is currently an illustrator for Thinking Design by Adobe, a blog that features stories and interviews with designers such as Mike Monteiro and Don Norman. Justin is also a service design lead at Australian Unity, where he is researching and piloting new services aimed at improving the wellbeing of older adults.
In his remaining time, Justin provides consulting and training services for design teams, with a bent towards sketching in design and visual thinking.
Sketching for User Experience
Learn how to turn complex concepts into simple visual forms that can help you evaluate ideas, products, and features quickly and effectively.
Intro to Sketchnoting: Illustrate your Ideas with Visual Notetaking
Conventional note taking is fast fading. Sketchnoting, or visual note taking, combines words with pictures in everyday notes to boost learning, memory and understanding.
Wireframing and Prototyping Workshop: Structure and Communicate Your Ideas
An overview of wireframing and prototyping in two evenings - from lo-fi paper prototyping to using pen and paper to interactive prototypes with Axure.
Communication Hacks: Exclusive Alumni Workshop Series
The goal of the evening would be to empower our alumni with key technics that they can apply straight out of the class to communicate better and more productively.