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Internet of Things as design material - IoTevent

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Presentation on Internet of Things as design material by Iskander Smit. IoTevent Eindhoven, June 4 2013

Presentation on Internet of Things as design material by Iskander Smit. IoTevent Eindhoven, June 4 2013

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  • 1. June 4, 2013Internet of Things as design materialIskander Smit, @iskandr
  • 2. June 4, 2013strategy director & managing labs.info.nlmember council Internet of Thingsthinking online services since 1994
  • 3. June 4, 2013PeopleThingsServices
  • 4. June 4, 2013The you-webthe experience angle
  • 5. June 4, 2013Connecting everything for predictive serviceGoogle Now
  • 6. June 4, 2013The me-productRussell Davieshttp://bit.ly/TPTxkG
  • 7. June 4, 2013Design for smart products.What is smart?§  Understand users & their state§  Understand the context§  Grow old gracefully§  Learn to forget§  AdaptAlexandra Deschamp-Sonsino, November 2012
  • 8. June 4, 2013So let start with design
  • 9. June 4, 2013Some people say design isabout solving problems.Obviously designers solveproblems. But so dodentists.Design is about culturalinvention.Jack Schulze, BERG
  • 10. June 4, 2013Design adds meaning to function
  • 11. June 4, 2013Meaning?Red Tomato Pizza button
  • 12. June 4, 2013Meaning?screenifying dust bins in London
  • 13. June 4, 2013Design for optimizing
  • 14. June 4, 2013optimized meaning
  • 15. June 4, 2013Meaning is not about a betterworld, it is about disrupting
  • 16. June 4, 2013Greenwheels isoptimizing
  • 17. June 4, 2013Car2gois disrupting
  • 18. June 4, 2013The essence: when connectinggenerates new meaning
  • 19. June 4, 2013Connecting
  • 20. June 4, 2013To design with IoT you have todisconnect from the things
  • 21. June 4, 2013reactive vs. pro-activeRob van Kranenburg, 2011
  • 22. June 4, 2013An iPhone, or a Pebble, is notthe Internet of Things, just ahub in a connected product.
  • 23. June 4, 2013OptimizedPhilips Hue
  • 24. June 4, 2013MeaningGoodnight Lamp
  • 25. June 4, 2013Using IoT for either designingor styling
  • 26. June 4, 2013Styling with IoTAdidas Smart Soccer Ball
  • 27. June 4, 2013Design materials
  • 28. June 4, 2013connected ecosystemrules & scripts à playdata as glue and enabler
  • 29. June 4, 2013https://vimeo.com/37870061Tool: design fictionCorner convenience Sighthttps://vimeo.com/46304267
  • 30. June 4, 2013Most advanced,yet acceptedRaymond Loewy
  • 31. June 4, 2013The future is notnetwork enabledproducts,it’s just products.And it’s not thefuture, it’s now.Tom Coates,https://vimeo.com/52634330http://www.flickr.com/photos/prdh/6125301796
  • 32. June 4, 2013So…Design system, data, play.To optimize or create meaning
  • 33. June 4, 2013Thanks!Iskander Smit@iskandrhttp://labs.info.nlhttp://about.me/iskandr