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Workshop at LIFT 10 / Geneva organized by Frederic Kaplan, Cristiana Bolli Freitas and Laurent Bolli.

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  • 1. Reinventing books
magazines and
newspapers in
the
digital
age Frédéric Kaplan / ozwe.com / craft.ep!.ch Cristiana Bolli Freitas / bread-and-butter.ch Laurent Bolli / bread-and-butter.ch
  • 2. What
is the
future of
reading
...

  • 3. There
is
no
 such
thing
as
 reading
  • 4. Reading
is
a
familly
of
 behaviors
that
look
the
 same...
  • 5. ...
but
are
fundamentally
 differents
  • 6. Di!erent navigation patterns Linear Novel, Essay, Comics, Children Books
  • 7. Di!erent navigation patterns Hierachical Magazines, Co!ee Table Books, Travel Guides
  • 8. Di!erent navigation patterns Indexed Dictionnary, ...
  • 9. Di!erent navigation patterns Branching Interactive novels...
  • 10. Di!erent consumption style Bounded Magazine, Novel,...
  • 11. Di!erent consumption style Endless Dictionnaries, Encyclopedia.
  • 12. Di!erent gesture grammar one-handed Paperback books
  • 13. Di!erent gesture grammar Two-handed Newspapers
  • 14. Di!erent gesture grammar Interactive Children books
  • 15. . Magazines . Novels . Newspaper . Travel Guides . Comics . Dictionaries . Children’s books . Catalogues . Essays . User manuals, ... 20th Century Stable Reading Forms
  • 16. O One-handed Two-handed Extended . Novels . . Essays . Comics Children’s books Linear . Newspaper . Travel Guides . Magazines Hiearchical . User manuals . Dictionaries . Catalogues Indexed 20th Century Stable Reading Forms
  • 17. ? 21st Century Stable Reading Forms
  • 18. Stable
forms
can
evolve
 when
new
reading
 interfaces
are
introduced
  • 19. CD-ROM New navigation pattern > Hypertext New gesture grammar > Pointer / Keyboard New “semi-stable” reading forms - Multimedia interactive encyclopedia - Multimedia interactive books
  • 20. Web Real-time updating Open, easily expandable content New stable reading forms - Blog posts - Twitter messages
  • 21. FIVE
new
 reading
 interfaces 21st Century Stable Reading Forms
  • 22. Barcodes
+
scanners
  • 23. Smartphones
  • 24. Tablets
  • 25. Boards
  • 26. Future
“magic”
interfaces foldable e-paper, tablets with built-in eye- tracking, reading robots, projection systems...
  • 27. Your
turn
to
work.
  • 28. Six
groups.
  • 29. Pick
a
stable
form. . Magazines . Novels . Newspaper . Travel Guides . Comics . Dictionaries . Children’s books . Catalogues . Essays . User manuals, ...
  • 30. Pick
one
or
more

new
 interfaces.
  • 31. Invent
the
reading
 experience.
  • 32. Who. Where. When. How to start the reading experience Describe the reading experience, gestures, navigation, interactivity, ... The reading experience is interupted. What happens ? The reading experience starts again. What happens ? How does the reading experience end.
  • 33. Respect
this
 structure.
 But
try
to
feed
 as
much
info
as
 possible
inside
it.
  • 34. Gestures.
Postures.
 Interactivity. Social
exchanges.
 but
also
... Distribution
channels.
 Revenue
streams. Business
models.

  • 35. One
single
 theme
  • 36. The
little
red
 riding
hood

  • 37. The
little
red
riding
hood as
a
magazine
on
a
smartphone as
a
dictionnary
with
barcodes as
a
newspaper
on
a
TV
Board as
a
user
manual
on
a
flexible
display
  • 38. The
little
red
 riding
hood
as
 a
children
book
 on
iPad
  • 39. A
toolkit
to
help
 you
sketch
the
 reading experience.
  • 40. Only
sixty
 minutes
to
 prepare
a
six
 minute
show...
  • 41. At
Work
!