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Technology is changing the human experience, creating new connections between people, products and markets around the world. The computer is stepping out, off the desk, even out of our pockets, to ...

Technology is changing the human experience, creating new connections between people, products and markets around the world. The computer is stepping out, off the desk, even out of our pockets, to become embedded in our world, around us, on us, and even in us. With this trend, user interaction will go above the glass, beyond the screen, and beyond pixels. In his talk, Brandon Edwards addressed the implications of these changes on consumer behavior, and the 5 futures of interaction design.

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  • five futuresBRANDON EDWARDS, CREATIVE DIRECTOR
  • Open for business in April 2007 serving GE and SK Telecom.Scaled in 1 year to support Lenovo, LGE, NTT Docomo, Huawei. February 2012 2
  • 1700 square meters in an iconic renovated warehouse.Move-in September 2010. February 2012 3
  • Today, we are 55 frogs with 15 passports in Shanghai.Fully representative cross-section of frog disciplines:Creative, Tech, Strategy, PM, BD, Operations. 4
  • We have experience researching both developed and emerging Asianmarkets. In our 5-year history, we have worked in China, Taiwan, HongKong, Korea, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam and Singapore. 5
  • Our work is diverse both in regards to geographies and industries. Ourexpertise covers Finance, Transportation, FMCG, CE, Media Services,Telecommunications and Retail. 6
  • five futures
  • five futures It is far better to adapt the technology to the user than to force the user to adapt to the technology. 2012 8
  • five futures It is far better to adapt the technology to the user than to force the user to adapt to the technology. 2012 9
  • five futures adapting to people 2012 10
  • 5 mega-trends contextual touch adaptive feels creating learning meaningful connections extending everything 2012 11
  • co-screen collaboration
  • one minute it’s a phonemulti-touch helps windows totransform 2012 13
  • windows are becoming part of our world 2012 14
  • five futures how do we manage fast changing contexts? 2012 15
  • windows can react 2012 16
  • Senseg tixel
  • leaning in 2012 18
  • windows can respond 2012 19
  • five futures how can the interactions we enable be so familiar that people forget about the technology involved? 2012 20
  • Introduction 2012 21
  • Nike knows how you move
  • Nest works independently after 1 week 05/09/11
  • Proteus knows how you feel
  • Google driverless car knows how to drive
  • five futures how can we create experiences that know how to learn without designers or engineers involved? 2012 26
  • 3.14 Innovations’ On/Off paint
  • Spotify Box uses a TUI 05/09/11
  • GlowCap reminder and refill system 05/09/11
  • Nabaztag keeps you in minimal touch 05/09/11
  • five futures how can we make every connection between objects, humans, and spaces more meaningful? 2012 31
  • Bionic contact lens
  • five futures 2012 33
  • connections
  • health
  • five futures emotion 2012 36
  • five futures what happens when the interface is everywhere? 2012 37
  • five futures / five questions these are the questions we’re just starting to understand1. how do we manage fast changing contexts?2. how can the interactions we enable be so familiar that people forget about the technology involved?3. how can we create experiences that know how to learn without designers or engineers involved?4. how can we make every connection between objects, humans, and spaces more meaningful?5. what happens when the interface is everywhere? 2012 38
  • thanks! the future is what we make.Sina Weibo Twitter@frogdesign @frogdesign@BrandonBerry @Bred 2012 39