Here's a list of free OOUX guides and templates, with the most recently created at the top.
Collaborating remotely? This Whimsical template, which includes Discovery, Requirements, and Prioritization rounds, is an upgrade from our popular MURAL ORCA Discovery template. You'll gain incredible clarity by defining objects, relationships, calls-to-action, and attributes. This template includes video tutorials covering each step of the process.
The ORCA Discovery Template should be available on as many tools as possible. So here's one for Whimsical, courtesy of Certified OOUX Strategist, Marisa M. 🙌
A super helpful set of ORCA Object Guide worksheets made by Certified OOUXer Marisa M. 🙌 Download them here, then print them out and use them! She even included a helpful Object Guide key to help you make the most of them.
The ORCA Discovery Template should be available on as many tools as possible. So here's one for Figma, courtesy of Certified OOUX Strategist, Marcelo Brasileiro. 🙌
The ORCA Discovery Template should be available on as many tools as possible, and especially tools that designers are naturally in and out of all day. One of the most-used tools for many is Miro. Using Miro's built-in kanban tool, Allie Ofisher has created a super useful template for object-mapping.
Laurel Franciose originally created this template for her team at @Adobe, but it's now available to all! The OOUX ORCA Process canvas offers a way to follow the steps outlined for an Object-Oriented UX workshop. The ORCA process is a fantastic way to detangle complex design problems and create intuitive user experiences.
In just a single sheet of paper (front and back), this guide gives you step-by-step instructions on how to create an object map.
Collaborating remotely? This MURAL template will help your team come together around the first iteration of the ORCA process: Discovery. You'll gain incredible clarity by defining objects, relationships, calls-to-action, and attributes. WARNING! This template provides some help text but is not completely self-explanatory. You'll want some OOUX basic training before diving in.