Tech development and drawing might not seem like connected skills. But to designer Kent Eisenhuth, the two have always gone hand in hand.
A lifelong artist and now designer for Google, Wynnewood-based Eisenhuth is so passionate about these topics that he wrote a book about it: “Drawing Product Ideas: Fast and Easy UX Drawing for Anyone.” Technical.ly and UX group PhillyCHI hosted a Slack AMA with Eisenhuth on Nov. 3, two days after the book’s release, so he could share his expertise on all things UX design and drawing, a give us a sneak peak at the book.
As a kid, Eisenhuth wanted to be an architect but didn’t end up pursuing that field. When he eventually came across UX design, he realized that it involved a lot of the same thinking as architecture.
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