Justin Cheong is a sketchnoter and information designer who is passionate about helping people bring ideas to life through visual thinking. He is experienced in applying visual techniques to everything from concept generation to information architecture and user research.
Having spent his school years doodling in class, Justin has adapted his sketching skills to his everyday trade. He uses sketching to graphically capture ideas in books, podcasts, workshops and conferences, to communicate design ideas, and to facilitate ideation in collaborative settings. He also craves complexity, and is skilled at organising big messes of information.
Justin is currently a freelance consultant for companies seeking to increase their design and visual thinking capability. He has consulted for clients across financial services, education, health tech, digital imaging, telecoms, not-for-profit and startup sectors. Justin holds an Honours degree in Commerce, majoring in Business Strategy and Economic Management, and is an alumni of General Assembly’s UX Design Immersive program.
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.