Internet of Things: the next frontier for UX?

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Internet of Things: the next frontier for UX?

  1. 1. April 2013 Internet of things: The next frontier for UX?
  2. 2. Why is it important?
  3. 3. Why now?
  4. 4. Plant today. Harvest tomorrow.
  5. 5. From GUI to UUI: Interfaces for ubiquitous computing
  6. 6. The many names — Ubiquitous computing — Ambient intelligence — Internet of things — Pervasive computing — Everyware — Internet of everything 1988 late 90’s 1999 2003 2004 2012
  7. 7. Internet of things: Винаходимо інтерфейси майбутнього
  8. 8. “A model of computation that will “weave itself into the fabric of our lives, until it is indistinguishable from it” — Adam Weiser
  9. 9. Weiser’s original vision: — Indistinguishable from environment — Delivered in manner appropriate to current context
  10. 10. From GUI to context data
  11. 11. Inventing the future
  12. 12. “The best way to predict the future is to invent it” — Alan Kay
  13. 13. Interaction design — User-centered design — Systems design — Genius design
  14. 14. “Far too many items in the world are designed, constructed, and foisted upon us with no understanding — or even care — for how we will use them” — Donald Norman
  15. 15. User-centered design UCD focuses on the user’s needs, problems, and goals to guide the design of a system
  16. 16. “If I had asked my customers what they wanted, they would have said a faster horse” — Henry Ford
  17. 17. Systems design Combination of components to realize a solution in essence, the development of a system of systems
  18. 18. Genius design The process of exclusively relying on the wisdom and experience of the designer to make all the design decisions
  19. 19. “A quality user experience can be created with genius design if one starts ... basing decisions on well-established usability data and studies” — Jacob Nielsen
  20. 20. Steve Jobs iPhone
  21. 21. Classes of user interface — Tangible user interface — Surface user interface — Ambient user interfaces
  22. 22. “Computation in basic objects, environments and the activities of our everyday lives in such a way that no one will notice its presence” — Adam Weiser
  23. 23. SpaceTop 3D Supported by MicroSoft
  24. 24. “...relies on a self-illuminated or projected horizontal, vertical, or spherical interactive surface coupled with control of computation into the same physical surface”
  25. 25. MicroSoft Surface (PixelSense) 2008
  26. 26. MicroSoft Surface 2012
  27. 27. From GUI to UUI Fortnum Mason Public store, London
  28. 28. From GUI to UUI IllumiRoom Xbox 720 feature
  29. 29. “...a calm technology that can move easily from the periphery to the center of our attention, and back again” — Adam Weiser
  30. 30. Input technologies — Sensor input (M2M) — Gesture input — Speech input
  31. 31. Nest Proactive thermostat
  32. 32. Leap Motion Motion-control hardware Nest Proactive thermostat
  33. 33. Myo Wearable gesture control
  34. 34. From GUI to UUI iOS Siri Personal assistant
  35. 35. Google now Personal assistant
  36. 36. Dragon NaturallySpeaking Dictation software
  37. 37. IBM ViaVoice Speech recognition software
  38. 38. Internet of things trends — Home automation — Smart body — Connected cars
  39. 39. Iris Smart Kit DIY system
  40. 40. Phillips HUE Smart lightbulbs
  41. 41. Parrot Flower Power Plant sensor
  42. 42. Apple iWatch Smart watch
  43. 43. Nike Fuelband Activity tracker
  44. 44. Larklife Activity tracker
  45. 45. Jawbone UP! Activity tracker
  46. 46. Google Glass Augmented reality
  47. 47. Microsoft project Augmented reality
  48. 48. Conclusion Conclusion: What does this mean for our everyday lives?
  49. 49. Learning about Self
  50. 50. Learning about People
  51. 51. Learning about surroundings
  52. 52. IoT can help bring us back into the physical world
  53. 53. Thank you.

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