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  • Presentatie VISCOM, 3 november 2005 Visuele communicatie nu sterk bepaald door de nieuwe media Vandaag dus aandacht voor de invloed van technologie en de manier waarop technologie communicatie verandert en vorm geeft. In tijd: een breukvlak nu, dus vooral richtingen, trends, nog geen harde feiten. Geef mijn visie, opinie, maar in de ‘tweede helft’ graag jullie commentaar

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  • The trend toward e-publishing AMSU, Maastricht (EJC), 27 July 2007 Jan Bierhoff European Centre for Digital Communication
  • overview of this presentation
    • (e) publishing trends
    • e-publishing technology - e-Ink
    • the DigiNews project
    • the Me-Paper project
    • and you?
  • publishing trends
    • shrinking
      • circulation > demographics, lifestyles
      • scope > special interest
      • authority > dont speak, point!
    View slide
  • e-publishing trends
    • broadening
      • assembling > professional sense making
      • structuring > linking the pro’s and am’s
      • platforming > facilitator for communities
      • > embedded publishing
    View slide
  • publishing formats
    • downsizing
      • broadsheet > home reading
      • tabloid > mobile reading
      • daily magazine > hybrid paper
  • e-Publishing formats
  • e-publishing formats
    • upscaling
      • cellphone > ongoing services
      • PDA > field trials
      • e-reader (A5) / flexreader (A4) > tests
      • http://select.nytimes.com/gst/timesreader.html
  • e-Ink technology
    • Readability
      • In bright light
      • No flickering
      • Paper resemblance
    • Mobile
      • Low power consumption
      • Thin
      • Light weight
  • electronic paper
  • the e-reader iLiad
  • e-Paper project De Tijd Lessons learned
    • design
      • not just put the newspaper on the e-reader
    • testing
      • - use a mature product
    • opportunities seen by users
      • on holiday, while on the road
      • download several newspapers
      • put maps on it
  • DigiNews Project
    • project partners
    • Several Swedish newspapers, KTH, HH, other European newspapers, research institutes and Philips
    • general objective
    • Suggest a solution that includes all parts needed to produce, distribute and consume digital news
    • three prototypes
    • 36 participants, evaluation of task oriented navigation
  • Prototype Aftonbladed
    • Navigation
    • Frontpage
    • (no further links)
    • Table of contents
    • (no further links)
    • Article selection
    • Arrows
  • Prototype Göteborgs-Posten
    • Navigation
    • Frontpage (articles)
    • Index (start of section)
    • Navigation menu
  • Prototype Sundsvall Tidning
    • Navigation
    • Hyperlinks (right)
    • Page indication
    • Frontpage (articles)
    • Index (articles)
    • Arrows
  • DigiNews project Lessons learned
    • overview of front-page is important
    • not only use paper metaphor
    • overview at front-page and index are appreciated
    • use the same sections as in paper version
    • direct links to articles
    • feedback is important
  • Me-Paper project
    • project partners
      • five Dutch newspapers (local-regional-national)
      • two research institutes: (Dutch) EC/DC and (Flemish) IBBT
    • general objective
      • setting up a development lab for the design of journalistic formats
      • the establishment of a living lab for parallel continuous user testing
    • technology
      • Ultra Mobile PCs
      • e-Ink mounted readers ( iLiad )
  • Palm tablet / UMPC
  • Me-Paper actions
    • focus:
    • development of journalistic formats
        • content
        • design
        • functionality
        • http://roularta.publitas.nl/knack/juli07/magazine.php
  • Me-Paper actions
    • process
      • brainstorms : news provision in 2012
      • concepts : priorities, choices, sketches
      • paper prototypes / low fidelity
        • user evaluation
      • prototypes / high fidelity
      • (both iLiad and UMPC)
        • user evaluation
      • new services participating papers