6. "The computer in my cell phone today is amillion times cheaper and a thousand timesmore powerful than the computer that weused at MIT when I was an undergraduate," he says. "Thats a billion-foldincrease. And well do that again in the next25 years.Ray Kurzweil Source: http://www.newsweek.com/id/197812/page/3
7. More storage, falling costs
8. 5 MB in 1956Source: http://www-03.ibm.com/ibm/history/exhibits/storage/storage_350.html, http://www.snopes.com/photos/technology/storage.asp
9. 64 GB in 2011Source: http://www.sandisk.com/products/usb-ﬂash-drives/sandisk-ultra-backup-usb-ﬂash-drive
12. Who are these guys and what do they have in common?Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Zuckerberg, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sergey_Brin, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larry_page,http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_Dorsey, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tim_berners-lee
13. Technologists (programmers) are driving cultural, social,and economic change. Mark Sergey Larry Jack TimZuckerberg Brin Page Dorsey Berners-LeeSource: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Zuckerberg, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sergey_Brin, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larry_page,http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_Dorsey, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tim_berners-lee, www.facebook.com, www.google.com, www.twitter.com, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Wide_Web_Consortium
14. Rapid advancements in technology arebringing about tremendous disruption to ourbusiness.
15. We’ve shifted from a traditional model
16. To a hybrid traditional/microsite model
17. To a growing digital ecosystem driven by complexsoftware and algorithms
18. It makes sense then to integrate thosewho live and breath software and utility –creative technologists (programmers) –into the creative and strategic process.
19. Culture clash at ﬁrst
20. Technologists think in code
21. And think in left-brained, logical, rule-basedconstructs If this condition is true then do this Else do this While this condition is true then do this Do this, this many times
22. And structured data and APIsThat we use to search, sort, ﬁlter, edit,and save.
23. And speak in a long list of acronyms XML, HTTP, SSL, JDBC, AJAX, CSS, HTML, FBML, SQL, TCP/IP, FTP, RGB, W3C, ASCII, CAPTCHA, COM, API, CPU, CORBA, GPS, DHCP, XHTML, CSS, FAQ, GSM, WAP, GUI, GPRS, I/O, IP, ISO, KBPS, ITV, IVR, JPEG, MPEG, LAMP, MIME, WYSIWYG, XSLT, ZIP, " T3, TDMA, SMS, SMTP, SVG, RAM, PGP, POP
24. And are relatively new to the world ofadvertising.
25. What do we call this position? - programmer? - developer? - software engineer? - creative programmer? - interactive developer? - software architect? - creative coder? - data processor? - creative technologist?
26. A tour through our bookshelves can helpbetter deﬁne the role.
27. The early years: brochureware and thebeginnings of ecommerce
49. Back to titles. The industry has rallied around the title “Creative Technologist”Source: http://markavnet.wordpress.com/2010/06/22/what-the-heck-is-a-creative-technologist/, http://www.thefwa.com/job/creative-technologist-1oe,http://www.impactful-conversations.com/2010/07/creative-technologist-new-role-in.html
50. Number of Posts 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 Jan Feb Mar Apr May is growing. Jun 2009 Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr 1.1.09 ‐ 7.13.11 May Jun 2010 Jul Crea/ve Technologist(s) Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb And conversation and buzz on the topic Mar Apr 2011 May Jun Jul
56. 2) The creative technologist leadsstrategic and creative thinking for brandutilities and platforms.
57. This isn’t throw away brochure-ware. These are major brand investments that need to be architected to live over the long term. Source: nikeplus.com, ﬁat.com/ecodrive,www.dominos.com/pages/tracker.jsp, www.openforum.com
58. Brand utility can become the driver for broader brand messaging.Source: http://more.dominos.com/wp/2011/07/times-square/, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5Q2Y2ZQ-4Y
59. 3) The creative technologist bringsemerging technology thinking into thecreative concepting process.
60. A couple of years ago our toolkit wassomewhat limited: - Flash - HTML - Video - Databases
61. Technologies in our now toolkit include:- Flash - Tablet devices- HTML - Augmented reality- Video - Voice recognition and audio detection- Databases - Physical computing- Mobile - Augmented reality- Facebook - NFC- Twitter - E-readers- Geo-location - Connected TV- Multi-touch interfaces - Automotive technologies- APIs/Mashups - Robotics- Near ﬁeld communications
62. This year’s Cannes winners show the wide range of possibilities.Source: http://www.canneslions.com/work/cyber/index.cfm?award=1
63. 4) The creative technologist managescomplexity and change.
64. Rapid advances in technology can beintimidating and overwhelming.
65. With an in-depth understanding of corecomputer science and IT principles, thisrapid change and complexity ismanageable.
66. The ecosystem will continue to expand andgrow in complexity.
67. 5) The creative technologist builds earlyprototypes to test ideas, interactions, andfunctionality.This creates momentum and is veryhelpful in selling through ideas.
73. 8) The creative technologist sparkscreative thinking through emergingtechnology research andexperimentation.
74. Art, science, and play had merged into the magical activity of programming, with every hacker an omnipotent master of the flow of information within the machine. Steven Levy, Hackers: Heroes of the Computer RevolutionSource: http://www.amazon.com/Hackers-Heroes-Computer-Revolution-Anniversary/dp/1449388396/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1291568052&sr=8-1
75. Augmented reality (AR) prototyping
76. BK: augmented reality banner
77. Experiments with multitouch table
78. Experiments with the connectedvehicle: Trike Plus
79. Experiments with the connectedvehicle: Trike Plus
80. One happy family now
81. Technology will continue to bring aboutdisruptive change in our business.The creative technologist will play a leadrole in creating ideas that carry across therapidly expanding digital ecosystem.
82. 5 points for technologists to considerwhen joining a traditional advertisingenvironment.
83. 1) Enable ways to say “yes”
84. 2) Don’t promote technology fortechnology’s sake. Start with an ideaand address a business need.
85. 3) Don’t just say you’re creative, show it
86. 4) Understand that frequent change ispart of the creative process.
87. 5) Be respectful of the creative visionand strive for pixel perfection.
88. 5 points to consider when introducingtechnology into a traditionalenvironment.
89. 1) Hire technologists who cancommunicate and collaborate
90. 2) Include technologists in the fullproject lifecycle – from initial researchand brieﬁng, to concepting, through ﬁnalproject delivery.
91. 3) Understand that making software is asigniﬁcantly different process thanmaking TV, print, or radio. Be respectfulof the complexity and timerequirements.
92. 4) Train technologists on traditionalmarketing and branding principles.
93. 5) Position technologists to educateclients on emerging technology trends.
94. Good resources on technology Blogs - Creative technologist group on LinkedIn www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=2830357 - radar.oreilly.com" - www.digitalbuzzblog.com Books - HTML and XHTML: The Deﬁnitive Guide, Chuck Musciano and Bill Kennedy - Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution, Steven Levy Industry Organizations - 4A’s Creative Technologies Committee"