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  • 1. BOOTSTRAPPING Use visualizations to create visualizations Moritz Stefaner VisualEyes conference // Politecnico Milano // May 20, 2010
  • 2. http://moritz.stefaner.eu
  • 3. Designer Information Picture
  • 4. Picture Data Application Information Experience Algorithms
  • 5. User Picture Data Application Information Experience Algorithms
  • 6. User Picture Data Application Information Experience Algorithms Designer
  • 7. http://queue.acm.org/detail.cfm?id=1805128
  • 8. We feel fine Jonathan Harris and Sep Kamvar | http://wefeelfine.org/
  • 9. Feltron Annual Reports NICHOLAS FELTON http://feltron.com/index.php?/content/2008_annual_report/
  • 10. Visualizations for Knight Capital Group Marius Watz http://www.flickr.com/photos/watz/sets/72157608197253021/
  • 11. On the Origin of Species: The Preservation of Favoured Traces http://benfry.com/traces/
  • 12. INFORMATION Integrity Relevance Form Function DESIGN Based on a draft by David McCandless
  • 13. THE CASE FOR PROPOSITIONAL DENSITY
  • 14. W Lidwell. More with less. ACM interactions (2009)
  • 15. Propositional density Number of deep propositions divided by number of surface propositions
  • 16. http://www.pewter.it/productpage.asp?lingua=u&pid=378&finish=1
  • 17. http://georgjensen.com/europe/Shop/Living/Tableware/SALT--PEPPER-SET.aspx
  • 18. Alberto Mantilla: Hug Salt & Pepper Shakers http://www.mintnyc.com/
  • 19. High altitude http://www.michaelnajjar.com/
  • 20. High altitude http://www.michaelnajjar.com/
  • 21. INFOVIS PIPELINE Ben Fry (Bild: Benedikt Groß)
  • 22. MATERIAL EXPLORATION What’s available significant interesting the scale feasible Where are the anchor points? What does it afford? http://berglondon.com/blog/2009/10/23/toiling-in-the-data-mines-what-data-exploration-feels-like/
  • 23. create Mind Sketch read Based on Bill Buxton: Sketching user experiences
  • 24. Organic edunet
  • 25. X by Y http://moritz.stefaner.eu/projects/x-by-y/
  • 26. First guesses of what might be interesting Ein- Autor Land Jahr Kategorie Keywords Winner? reichung Autor X X X X Land X X X X Jahr X X Kategorie X X Keywords X Winner? X Ein- reichung
  • 27. What’s in the databases http://well-formed-data.net/archives/306/dbcounter-quick-visual-database-stats iSubmissionID sYear 1988 1995 1987 1997 2000 1996 1993 1989 1991 1990 1998 2002 1994 1992 2001 2003 1999 iCategoryID 10 9 4 8 1 7 2 3 6 sEntryID sTitle sUrl sFirstname Michael sSurname sAka sCompany sArtists sCountry CH NL AU IT CA JP USA UK FR AT DE US sLength sFormat SVHS CD VHS sCodec cdCD NTSC PAL DAT VHS iProjectID NULL Einreicher NULL Adresse_Einreicher NULL Autor_Kuenstler NULL Adresse_Kuenstler NULL Land NULL Firma NULL Firmenadresse NULL Mitarbeiter NULL Titel_Einreichung NULL Titel_Prix NULL Entstehungsjahr NULL Entstehungsort NULL Dauer NULL NULL Technische_Beschreibung_Material Hardware NULL
  • 28. 0 $!!"# 0 0 0 ,!"# 0 0 0 AB# 0 +!"# 0 0 0 0 *!"# 0 AC# 0 @K# 0 )!"# 0 LM# 0 0 IJ# 0 (!"# 0 GH# 0 0 DE# '!"# 0 0 0 0 &!"# 0 0 0 %!"# 4F# 0 0 0 0 $!"# GH# 0 0 0 HJ# 1 !"# 0 -./#0.1/20023-0# 4205-653-# 73-3898:#;<-53-# =3>?<-#@269# 0 0 0
  • 29. /Theory/In/Practice Beautiful Visualization Looking at Data Through the Eyes of Experts Edited by Julie Steele & Noah Iliinsky
  • 30. Revisit http://moritz.stefaner.eu/projects/revisit-twitter-visualization/
  • 31. SOCIALCOLLIDER.NET Sascha Pohflepp & Toxi | http://socialcollider.net/
  • 32. Public Private Devices UI Skype name Skype out Skype in # # Skype to go Skype UX maps
  • 33. CANDIDATE CATEGORIES Online / offline Call forwarding Mobile client PC client Online number Software Connectivity status Skype to go in the car Voice mail at work Mobile PC Features (Account) … Phone in reach? noise level Context Devices Call transfer ... Premium calls at home alone vs. people TV Stationery Phone around video audio find / discover profile transaction talk / chat Channels SMS Activities mood IM signaling Interaction types conversation History Contact list send status signal share messaging Personal Skype data Mood Profile ambient one-way / two-way myself Status get found / Interaction partner Channel usage discovered general public one several sync / async all my contacts "Passivities" notice receive text money screen be aware of Objects sound discuss remind/notify mood Motivations File transfer Send money file … status Leave a message say hi be close to each other Group chat SMS Use cases Conference call Video in mood Instant messages Video call Setup Public chat Conversations Support Screen sharing Experiences IM Awareness Transactions
  • 34. 2D Conversation Video call Group chat Sync Screen sharing Conference call twitter/fb Instant messages Public chat Leave a message Messaging To dos, reminders SMS mass email twitter/fb blogging? Async File transfer Transaction Files across Send money computers Video in mood Ambient/ Signal Mood message Self–surveillance remote intimacy twitter/fb? twitter/fb? Profile Status myself one group all contacts general public
  • 35. CONTEXT & CONVERSATION TYPE find / discover talk / chat Activities send signal share in the car in the car be aware of at work at work be aware of remind/notify noise level text noise level remind/notify discuss money get found / discuss Motivation Context screen discovered Context Motivation … at home ... Objects sound ... at home … alone vs. mood notice "Passivities alone vs. say hi file be close to each other people " people be close to each other hi say status receive around around Call Communication Conversation/ Communication Call forwarding forwarding partner(s) partner(s) Online Online Skype to go Features number Voice mail Transaction Voice mail number Features Skype to go Call transfer (Account) transaction (Account) Call transfer Premium Mobile client Mobile client Premium PC client signaling PC client calls calls Software Interaction types conversation Software … … messaging Mobile PC PC Mobile Online / Online / Devices video Devices offline audio offline ambient one-way / TV Stationery profile Stationery TV Connectivity Phone Channels SMS two-way Phone Connectivity Channel usage status mood IM status Phone in status sync / async Phone in reach? reach?
  • 36. SENTENCE SAMPLES (AUTO–GENERATED)
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  • 39. Conversation type / partners Conversation Video call Audio call Text chat (IM) Public chat Messaging Voice mail SMS Transaction Send money File transfer Ambient Mood message Profile Availability one group all contacts general public
  • 40. Visual language screen sharing user video Skype audio out Skype name Skype text (IM, SMS) Skype in email devices traditional call
  • 41. Rich communication via Skype
  • 42. Conference call
  • 43. Iconic representations SKYPE TO SKYPE IM CHAT AUDIO CALL VIDEO CALL VIDEO CONFERENCE SKYPE OUT SKYPE OUT ONE TO ONE ONE TO MANY SMS AUDIO CALL SCREEN SHARING SCREEN SHARING SKYPE IN EMAIL AUDIO CALL AUDIO CONFERENCE NON–SKYPE SKYPE TO GO SMS AUDIO CALL GROUP IM
  • 44. SKYPE UX MAPS Persona: Muriel Friends Partner Skype out Mother Muriel Institutions screen sharing video audio text (IM, SMS) email telephone call
  • 45. SKYPE UX MAPS Connecting across devices Public Private Devices UI Skype name Skype out Skype in # # Skype to go
  • 46. Software Flare http://flare.prefuse.org Tableau (Public) http://tableausoftware.com Elastic Lists http://moritz.stefaner.eu/projects/elastic-lists/ Relation browser http://moritz.stefaner.eu/projects/relation-browser/
  • 47. Thanks! Q? A! http://well-formed-data.net http://moritz.stefaner.eu