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Design Rules for Makers
Design Rules for Makers
Design Rules for Makers
Design Rules for Makers
Design Rules for Makers
Design Rules for Makers
Design Rules for Makers
Design Rules for Makers
Design Rules for Makers
Design Rules for Makers
Design Rules for Makers
Design Rules for Makers
Design Rules for Makers
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Design Rules for Makers

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  • 1. Design for Makers In the TEMPLE of Makers, in the TIME of Makers by Leandro Agrò aka Leeander @leeander |http://www.helleronline.com/products/capitello
  • 2. Crazy Years UX Internet of Things AI, Virtual Assistant iPhone IxD Prototypes Design Strategy usability Multimodal UI Eye-Tracking @leeander |
  • 3. The time of Internet of Things is now50 Billion connected objects await us on the threshold of 2020,and many of these will necessarily be "autonomous" Web 1 it was about data; Web 2 is about people; Web 3 will be about objects * In 2008 the number of connected objects has exceeded that of humans @leeander |
  • 4. Time of MakersMakers, areHybrids bydefinition @leeander |
  • 5. Italian Design, Reloaded Maybe we can not have another Renaissance, but we can certainly fix Italian Design @leeander |
  • 6. Design it is not -anymore- aboutshape. Design is about behavior @leeander |
  • 7. Behaviors (not just style) iPod+iTunes @leeander |
  • 8. Design (Rules) for MakersEven asocial objects, dream of Clouds @leeander |
  • 9. Every object mustknow STORIES the History of its past (how it is made, where it was produced, how it is used) and its future (as it is disassembled, valued in its parts, recycled, disposed of). @leeander |
  • 10. Every object mustbe SENTIENT Every object should know something about the world around it through sensors, or at least know when and where it is used.Microsoft KinectThe Blubelle Dress changes the look instantaneously according to our emotional state and our personality. @leeander |
  • 11. Every object must beSOCIAL Every object must be able to communicate and share its status across social networks used by humans, "participating" in their social relationships. @leeander |
  • 12. Why Makers should think BIG?Can Makers re-start Italy? @leeander |
  • 13. The BIG Opportunity“ Put an OBJECT in the pocket, car, home or office desk of every person, user, customer, partner, affiliate, etc. through which to enter into a dialogue, with bidirectional logic and in a social network. This is the opportunity provided by the INTERNET OF THINGS. @leeander |
  • 14. +Makers + StartupsLeave the culture of the industrial era and that of thebroadcast, move to the era of the Internet, applying it inevery field through startups. "If in the United States more than 50% of new jobs are created within companies that have less than five years of life, evidently the startups all together work." "If Apple has enough cash to pay in cash the debt of eight European Contries, it will mean something, right?” @leeander |
  • 15. To infinity and beyond...The INTERNET OF THINGS, is the next wavethe next big opportunityIt would require a national mobilization on these issuesbecause it is a bit like when the Web2.0 startedonly MUCH biggerWe could wait for the wave to matureand this would make us mere users oftechnology developed by others 700or jump in the wavesfail in a number of casesand also have some successand in the process develop IoT technologiesthat can be leaders in the global landscapeand to be clear, until we are ready to failwe won’t be ready to win Gmail, Skype, Twitter, Flickr, etc: @leeander @leeander |

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