So, imagine the scene: you’re working on a new UX project and you’re asked to produce a user journey or a sitemap or a customer journey map – something that maybe you’ve never done before.
You have a few options:
- Spend time googling around for examples of these classic UX deliverables and spend even more time trying to recreate them
- Ask if there are existing templates that you can ‘borrow’ (risky!)
- Make your own and wing it (even more risky!)
- Use tried and tested templates that work!
Cue the UX Deliverables Starter Kit!
Available for Sketch, I’ve put this kit together after almost a decade of experimenting and working with these types of deliverables. It gives you 5 templates of popular UX deliverables so that you can:
- Use the templates as a quick start to getting your deliverables made quickly and easily (if you just want to take them and go)
- Use the templates as a starting point for you to completely customise them to your own needs (if you want them as more of a guide)
- Use the explanatory notes that accompany each template to learn more about what each deliverable is for and how to use them
The 5 templates that you’ll receive are:
Customer journey map
>>>> Get the Starter Kit here! <<<<