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The key trends for the increasingly mobile, location aware, multi-screen, connected world.

The key trends for the increasingly mobile, location aware, multi-screen, connected world.

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  • 1. Mobile Next.Karri Ojanen @karrio FINNFORMATION
  • 2. A smartphone hasmore computing power thanall of NASA in 1969.Michio Kaku, “Physics of the Future”   FINNFORMATION
  • 3. About MeUser experience designer, interaction design directorWorked in Canada, USA, UAE, and FinlandWorked with major brands, wireless operators, phonemanufacturers, startups and NGOs FINNFORMATION
  • 4. Smartphone penetration: 51% in the UK 44% in the US 33% in Canada Google, Our Mobile Planet, 2012   FINNFORMATION
  • 5. Growing faster thanany other technology:5.3 billion mobile subscriptionsworldwide.UN Telecommunications agency, 2010   Photo: John Morris (CC)   FINNFORMATION
  • 6. It doesn’t need to bea smartphone:people in the developing worldare using mobile phonesin innovative ways. Photo: David Dennis (CC)   FINNFORMATION
  • 7. The total number of SMSsent globallytripled between 2007 and 2010.UN Telecommunications agency, 2010   Photo: Orlando Gabaglio (CC)   FINNFORMATION
  • 8. Context andUse Cases.   FINNFORMATION
  • 9. 1.3 billion usethe mobile Internet. Picture: DonkeyHotey (CC)   FINNFORMATION
  • 10. People access the Webusing whatever device makes senseto them at the time. Photo: Intel Free Press (CC)   FINNFORMATION
  • 11. Responsive webmakes sense… FINNFORMATION
  • 12. …but not as an end-all, be-all solution.Scaling the size of the site as the screenshrinks/grows is one thing.Context, use cases, experience are another. FINNFORMATION
  • 13. “We are moving from millions of computers connected by the Internet to one huge computer that is the Internet. Every device will be a window into it.”Graeme Wood   Photo: Casaleggio Associati (CC)   FINNFORMATION
  • 14. People demand accessand real valuein return for their data.For real value, they’re willing to share. Photo: ibmphoto24 (CC)   FINNFORMATION
  • 15. Lessons learned:“I’ve been a Verizon Wireless customer for years… Why do they not know how to help me in the store with the information they’ve collected?” Photo: Old Shoe Woman (CC)   FINNFORMATION
  • 16. Today’s consumers own multiple devicesand move seamlessly between them throughout the day. Photo: Jeffrey Riehle (CC)   FINNFORMATION
  • 17. Start on smartphone…   …continue on desktop/laptop…   …complete on tablet.   People take a multi-channel path to purchase.Start on desktop/laptop…   …continue on tablet…   …complete on smartphone.   FINNFORMATION
  • 18. Mobile + Location Aware + Social + Multi-Screen + Internet of ThingsIndividual smart objects interconnect to form a personal ecosystem. Photo: ITU – International Telecommunication Union (CC)   FINNFORMATION
  • 19. Design.   FINNFORMATION
  • 20. Mobile design is about subtleties:Fewer options = simple and more effective UI Photo: Jeffrey Riehle (CC)   FINNFORMATION
  • 21. Reuse learnt behaviours.Reuse interactions inherent in the device. Photo: Jeffrey Riehle (CC)   FINNFORMATION
  • 22. Sweat the details.The brain does notice. The bar for new apps is set high. FINNFORMATION
  • 23. It’s a blank canvas, defined by its software.Instead of copying the old, try something new. FINNFORMATION
  • 24. Thank You.   FINNFORMATION

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