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This talk was presented at MidwestUX 2013, and IASummit 2014 ...

This talk was presented at MidwestUX 2013, and IASummit 2014

Emerging technologies—from skin-top embeddable computers to swarming robots to human genome hacking to content aware environments—will shape our understanding of what it means to be human. Look beyond the screen to the interactions and experiences within emerging technologies. And explore frameworks and techniques we desperately need to shape our experiences and understanding of this emerging reality.

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UX Design for Emerging Technology Presentation Transcript

  • 1. UX Design for Emerging Tech #ux4emtech Erik Dahl IASummit 14 eadahl@gmail.com @eadahl
  • 2. @eadahl Open Office Hours www.uxaxioms.com#ux4emtech
  • 3. 1. THINKING THE UNTHINKABLE 2. HUMANIZING TECHNOLOGY "Right now, today, we can't see the thing, at all, that's going to be the most important 100 years from now.” - Carver Mead
  • 4. www.uxaxioms.com #uxaxioms
  • 5. UX for Genomics, Robotics, and Connected Environments Jonathan Follett, Editor Designing for Emerging Technologies
  • 6. Define Emerging Tech Emerging Tech www.gartner.com/newsroom/id/2575515
  • 7. UX for Genomics, Robotics, and Connected Environments Jonathan Follett, Editor Designing for Emerging Technologies ROBOTICS GENOMICS CONNECTED ENVIRONMENTS
  • 8. [ Open Humans Network ]
  • 9. PROJECT CAPYBARA #ux4emtech @eadahl
  • 10. 15 people +35 +20 +60 +45 +30 +75 TUESDAY 11:40AM - 11:50AM
  • 11. LEARNING AND SCALING UNDERSTANDING THROUGH MAKING #ux4emtech @eadahl
  • 12. WE CAN’T FORGET TO HUMANIZE TECHNOLOGY IF WE ARE DEPLOYING OUR EXPERIMENTS IN THE WORLD #ux4emtech @eadahl
  • 13. EMERGING TECHNOLOGY IS NOT BUILT ENTIRELY ON TOP OF ESTABLISHED FRAMEWORKS OR INFRASTRUCTURES #ux4emtech @eadahl
  • 14. PROJECT CAPYBARA #ux4emtech @eadahl
  • 15. WHAT IS THE DESIGNER’S ROLE IN THE LANDSCAPE OF EMERGING TECHNOLOGY? #ux4emtech @eadahl
  • 16. FASHION VERSUS INFRASTRUCTURE
  • 17. Credit Illustration by Tim Enthoven http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/16/magazine/silicon-valleys-youth-problem.html
  • 18. PACE LAYERS
  • 19. FASHION INFRASTRUCTURE
  • 20. Designers working in Emerging Technology should have the ability to: ! WORK AT DIFFERENT SCALES #ux4emtech @eadahl
  • 21. COMPLEXITY
  • 22. COMPLEXITY DESIGN OPPORTUNITY TIME i $
  • 23. The interaction states that every application has an inherent amount of complexity. This complexity cannot be wished away and has to be dealt with, either in product development or in user interaction. Larry Tesler, Xerox PARC
  • 24. COMPLEX, BUT NOT COMPLICATED
  • 25. Designers working in Emerging Technology should have the ability to: ! TAME AND HARNESS COMPLEXITY #ux4emtech @eadahl
  • 26. TRANSPARENCY, CONTEXT, FRAMEWORKS
  • 27. JOE BALLAY
  • 28. IT IS IN ITS TRANSPARENCY THAT IT FULFILLS ITS FUNCTION.
  • 29. WE NEED TO UNDERSTAND PEOPLE’S LIVES IN A RATHER BROAD SENSE.
  • 30. TECHNOLOGY IS BECOMING MORE DEEPLY EMBEDDED IN OUR LIVES…
  • 31. FITBIT ONE
  • 32. Light Strong Direct Indirect Sudden Sustained WEIGHT SPACE TIME LABAN MOVEMENT ANALYSIS
  • 33. Light Strong Direct Indirect Sudden Sustained WEIGHT SPACE TIME PUNCHING LABAN MOVEMENT ANALYSIS
  • 34. Light Strong Direct Indirect Sudden Sustained WEIGHT SPACE TIME GLIDING LABAN MOVEMENT ANALYSIS
  • 35. LABAN MOVEMENT ANALYSIS FLICKING: WRINGING: DABBING: PUNCHING: FLOATING: SLASHING: GLIDING: PRESSING: Flexible, Sudden, Light Flexible, Sustained, Strong Direct, Sudden, Light Direct, Sudden, Strong Flexible, Sustained, Light Sudden, Strong, Flexible Sustained, Light, Direct Direct, Sustained, Strong
  • 36. Designers working in Emerging Technology should have the ability to: ! BE HUMBLE AND DESIGN FROM A PLACE OF EMPATY AND HUMILITY ! CREATE AND USE FRAMEWORKS #ux4emtech @eadahl
  • 37. SKILLS AND ATTITUDES #ux4emtech @eadahl
  • 38. + FULL STACK UNICORN
  • 39. SYNTHESIS OF MANY FIELDS CONSTANTLY EVOLVING LANDSCAPE Literacy of Materiality and Curiosity
  • 40. COMPREHENSIVE DESIGNER ARTIST + INVENTOR + MECHANIC + OBJECTIVE ECONOMIST + EVOLUTIONARY STRATEGIST
  • 41. SELL YOUR EXPERTISE AND YOU HAVE A LIMITED REPERTOIRE. SELL YOUR IGNORANCE AND YOU HAVE AN UNLIMITED REPERTOIRE - RSW on Charles Eames
  • 42. WE AREN’T EXPERTS. WE ARE EXPERIMENTERS. #ux4emtech @eadahl
  • 43. Designers working in Emerging Technology should have the ability to: ! CONSTANTLY LEARN, EXTEND YOURSELF AND COLLABORATE WITH OTHERS #ux4emtech @eadahl
  • 44. EXPERIMENTS, SYSTEMS, VISION
  • 45. THE MACROSCOPE http://well-formed-data.net/archives/1027/worlds-not-stories
  • 46. LOCAL & GLOBAL MAXIMA
  • 47. EACH NEW DEVICE SHOULD REDUCE THE COMPLEXITY OF THE SYSTEM AND INCREASE THE VALUE OF EVERYTHING ELSE IN THE ECOSYSTEM. - Bill Buxton
  • 48. KALEIDOSCOPE, NOT MACROSCOPE
  • 49. VISION
  • 50. Designers working in Emerging Technology should have the ability to: ! THINK SYSTEMICALLY ! LEARN THROUGH MAKING TOWARDS A VISION OF THE FUTURE #ux4emtech @eadahl
  • 51. THE ALGORITHM IS THE UI
  • 52. 20% change in activity at the door of the primary bathroom of an elderly person can predict a serious degradation in health with 70% accuracy.
  • 53. Designers working in Emerging Technology should have the ability to: ! WORK BEYOND THE SCREEN INTO ALGORITHMS, SYSTEMS, AND SERVICES #ux4emtech @eadahl
  • 54. NEW LANGUAGES
  • 55. New Languages
  • 56. Designers working in Emerging Technology should have the ability to: ! CREATE NEW LANGUAGES OF INTERACTION #ux4emtech @eadahl
  • 57. PROBLEM FINDING
  • 58. If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on the solution, I would spend the first fifty-five minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I know the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes. Albert Einstein
  • 59. If I had eight hours to chop down a tree, I’d spend six sharpening my axe. Abraham Lincoln
  • 60. PROBLEM SOLVERS PROBLEM FINDERS HOW DO I DO GOOD WORK? WHAT IS GOOD WORK?
  • 61. Designers working in Emerging Technology should have the ability to: ! IDENTIFY THE RIGHT PROBLEMS TO SOLVE #ux4emtech @eadahl
  • 62. STORYTELLING
  • 63. HARRY CREWS
  • 64. Truth of the matter was, stories was everything and everything was stories. Everybody told stories. It was a way of saying who they were in the world. It was their understanding of themselves. It was letting themselves know how they believed the world worked; the right way and the way that was not so right.
  • 65. Designers working in Emerging Technology should have the ability to: ! UNDERSTAND THE WORLD THROUGH STORIES, AND TELL STORIES THROUGH THE PRODUCTS WE MAKE #ux4emtech @eadahl
  • 66. Designers working in Emerging Technology should have the ability to: #ux4emtech @eadahl Understand and tell stories Work at different scales Tame and harness complexity Be humble and design from a place of empathy and humility Create and use frameworks Constantly learn, extend yourself and collaborate with others Think systemically Learn through making towards a vision of the future Work beyond the screen into algorithms, systems, and services Create new languages Identify the right problems to solve
  • 67. 1. THINKING THE UNTHINKABLE 2. HUMANIZING TECHNOLOGY "Right now, today, we can't see the thing, at all, that's going to be the most important 100 years from now.” Carver Mead
  • 68. THANKS! I HOPE WE CAN CONTINUE THIS CONVERSATION. #ux4emtech Erik Dahl IASummit 14 eadahl@gmail.com @eadahl