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Design evolved from objects and spaces to green screens, Windows, Web, Mobile and Wearables. Now the two worlds are meeting. How to design for objects and spaces that are interactive and smart?

Design evolved from objects and spaces to green screens, Windows, Web, Mobile and Wearables. Now the two worlds are meeting. How to design for objects and spaces that are interactive and smart?

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  • 1. Designing for the Internet of Things Rami Tabbah, M.Eng @Ergonaute blog.ergonaute.net ProductCamp Toronto 2014
  • 2. @Ergonaute Ergonaute Agenda
  • 3. @Ergonaute Ergonaute Physical – The 40s Colossus ENIAC I EDSAC
  • 4. @Ergonaute Ergonaute Keyboard - Green Screens
  • 5. @Ergonaute Ergonaute The Mouse - Windowing Systems
  • 6. @Ergonaute Ergonaute Internet - Browsers
  • 7. @Ergonaute Ergonaute Wireless – Mobile phones
  • 8. @Ergonaute Ergonaute Touch - IPhone
  • 9. @Ergonaute Ergonaute Wearables - Google Glass
  • 10. @Ergonaute Ergonaute Shifts Huge Computers Text Interfaces Windows Internet Mobile Wearables MaturityMaturity FamiliarityFamiliarity
  • 11. @Ergonaute Ergonaute Shifts Dial Candlestick Digital Mobile Touch MaturityMaturity FamiliarityFamiliarity
  • 12. @Ergonaute Ergonaute Mergers Things SpaceCommunication Information
  • 13. @Ergonaute Ergonaute From Scott Jenson’s Talk  The Internet of things, should not be a set of rules  There will be a range of devices and each will have something to tell us in a just in time interaction model, or interactivity on demand.  Thinking in terms of applications will pull us back.  They are not available right away like web pages; they need to be downloaded and they do not scale.  A bus stop application where users have to open the application and turn on GPS for the application to know where they are, versus the bus stop having a URL that already knows where it is.
  • 14. @Ergonaute Ergonaute Just in Time Ecosystem  Discovery  What if everything has a URL...  By loosing applications, we can start to think small about very specific information and functionality.  Steps:  Google space  Surrounding devices respond using a proximity DNS.  The web is pushed into the physical space.  Discovery -> Ranking -> Interacting on demand.  This will create a just in time ecosystem.  Instant interaction: walk up and use.  No applications to install, manage and delete.
  • 15. @Ergonaute Ergonaute New Design Layer  Design focused on scenarios, logic and flow used to:  Discover  Rank  Interact
  • 16. @Ergonaute Ergonaute Task Analysis Read-only information Pick a driver Pick a service point Choose the button Done periodically 1 3 2 4 Choose OK
  • 17. @Ergonaute Ergonaute Task Analysis Login Select Bill Payments Select checking account Select Visa Card Pay Visa Card Pay Online Go to the Branch Why What How Specify Amount Submit Click Bill Payments button Display Payment Page
  • 18. @Ergonaute Ergonaute Principles 1. Context 2. Guidance 3. Workload 4. Explicit Control 5. Adaptability 6. Consistency 7. Simplicity 8. Transparency 9. Feedback 10. Forgiveness
  • 19. @Ergonaute Ergonaute Pillars of Designing for Things  New Design Layers  Task Analysis  Same old Usability Principles  Innovation  Short lived Standards and Guidelines  Deep understanding of Technology  Building Blocks