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Design frameworks offer substantial benefits to all parties involved in creating high quality user experiences for products, services, digital media, and the emerging interaction spaces of augmented ...

Design frameworks offer substantial benefits to all parties involved in creating high quality user experiences for products, services, digital media, and the emerging interaction spaces of augmented reality, ubiquitous computing, and cross-media. Frameworks allow designers to better adapt to the rapid shifts in the digital environment by leveraging increasing modularity, granularity, and structure, and accommodating the far-reaching changes inherent in the rise of co-creative dynamics. This presentation - part of a full-day workshop delivered at the 2009 & 2010 Information Architecture Summit - identifies the elements common to all design frameworks, and offers best practices on effectively putting frameworks into practice. Altogether, it is a short course in the creation and use of customized design frameworks.

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  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/kongtat/2824592926/ <br /> These guys were very good at working with modular components to create high-value user experiences. <br /> None of them have jobs anymore. <br /> How can we avoid this fate? <br />
  • Example frameworks: real world and otherwise <br /> <br /> http://www.answers.com/framework <br />
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  • Didn&#x2019;t set out to create framework - wanted to make life easier! <br />
  • Peter Morville&#x2019;s User Experience Honeycomb <br />
  • many types of frameworks in examples - most interested in two kinds <br />
  • Example frameworks: real world and otherwise <br /> <br /> http://www.answers.com/framework <br />
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  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/seeks2dream/2521098846/ <br /> <br /> interaction at a component level! <br />
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  • Modularity is *everywhere* <br />
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  • New contexts like emerging media and interaction spaces make design more challenging. <br /> <br /> http://www.flickr.com/photos/27032340@N00/428068243/ <br />
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  • Ubicomp & devices <br /> http://siftables.com/ <br />
  • Design is no longer a gate-keeper to creating experiences. <br />
  • Web 2.0, culture of contribution, self-publishing <br /> Commoditized design, development & manufacturing <br /> &#x2018;Shadow IT&#x2019; <br /> Open Source & public data sets <br /> APIs, Web Services, SOA <br /> Mashup infrastructure: Yahoo Pipes, Google Gadgets <br /> Physical goods: fab, ReadyMade, Make <br /> <br />
  • Addressing new contexts and creators while remaining in full control greatly increases the complexity of design <br /> <br /> <br />
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  • Simple elements create deep, rich, sophisticated, valuable creations. <br /> <br /> <br /> http://flickr.com/photos/richard_ashworth/1468463024/ <br /> <br /> http://flickr.com/photos/jeffarcher/2890151819/ <br /> <br /> http://flickr.com/photos/jeffarcher/2890983510/in/photostream/ <br />
  • A small number of components and relationships can support a very large &#x2018;possibility space&#x2019; of potential experiences. <br />
  • E3 2008: More Creatures in Spore Than in Real Life <br /> Spore already has more creatures than exist in the real world. <br /> By Sam Kennedy, 07/14/2008 <br />
  • When designers create the framework, they leave exploration and discovery of the possible experiences to co-creators who define individual instances. <br />
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Understanding Frameworks: Beyond Findability IA Summit 2010 Understanding Frameworks: Beyond Findability IA Summit 2010 Presentation Transcript

  • Understanding Frameworks Beyond Findability Workshop: IA Summit 2010
  • Joe Lamantia Design, technology & business since 1996 Twitter: @moJoe JoeLamantia.com Joe.Lamantia@gmail.com Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 2
  • Add frameworks to your toolkit Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 3
  • Give up control... Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 4
  • Gain influence. Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 5
  • Stay Relevant! Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 6
  • Framework: “A structure for supporting or enclosing something else, especially a skeletal support used as the basis for something being constructed. A fundamental structure, as for a written work. A set of assumptions, concepts, values, and practices that constitutes a way of viewing reality.” Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 7
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  • Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 19
  • Enterprise Portal Suite Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2009 | Joe Lamantia | MediaCatalyst 20
  • useful usable desirable valuable findable accessible credible Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 21
  • design* construction* management organization communication analysis distribution *our focus Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 22
  • “A structure for supporting or enclosing something else, especially a skeletal support used as the basis for something being constructed.” = Tangible Components Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 23
  • “A fundamental structure, as for a written work.” = Relationships Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 24
  • “A set of assumptions, concepts, values, and practices that constitutes a way of viewing reality.” = World View Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 25
  • Components Plastic blocks, figures, instructions. Soldiers, vehicles, equipment Page stacks, flow indicators, decision points Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 26
  • Relationships Standardized connectors, angles Ranks, unit structures, orders Precedence, inclusion, hierarchy Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 27
  • Worldview Bright colors! Geometric shapes! Everyone is the same hat size... Organization & management via training, discipline, command. Design complex information spaces using standard elements. Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 28
  • LinkedIn Facebook delicious Netvibes Pandora Upcoming Flickr BaseCamp dopplr MS Sharepoint Blip.fm Etsy Yelp MySpace CafePress Blogging YouTube Lulu services GoogleMaps Twine CM Systems Wikis digg Ning Intranets Twitter Balsamiq RememberThe friendfeed Yahoo Pipes Milk Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 29
  • Why Frameworks Matter Shifts
  • Web 1.0 Centralized Structure Organization Architecture Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2009 | Joe Lamantia | MediaCatalyst 31
  • Web 2.0 Decentralized Flows Participation Interaction Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2009 | Joe Lamantia | MediaCatalyst 32
  • Modularity “...the degree to which a systemʼs components may be separated and recombined.” “both the tightness of coupling between components, and the degree to which the “rules” of the system architecture enable (or prohibit) the mixing and matching of components. Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 33
  • Web Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 34
  • Mobile Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 35
  • Multitouch Spaces Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 36
  • Digital Identity Public Chi.mp Work Friends Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 37
  • New Contexts Ubiquitous computing Augmented reality Games vs. reality inversion Digital singularity Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 38
  • Wikitude AR Browser Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 39
  • Siftables Siftables are cookie-sized computers with motion sensing, neighbor detection, graphical display, and wireless communication. They act in concert to form a single interface: users physically manipulate them - piling, grouping, sorting - to interact with digital information and media. Siftables provides a new platform on which to implement tangible, visual and mobile applications. Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 40
  • New Creators Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 41
  • Co-creation & DIY Low-cost, high-quality tools for digital & physical creation Producer vs. consumer distinction dissolves Management and organization structures change Open Source, Open Data, Open Stack, CopyLeft, Creative Commons Ecologies of Co-creation Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 42
  • Design Complexity Ubicomp Seatbelts, Frak Me! please. Contexts Are We Cake! There Yet... DIY / Fab Co-creation Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 43
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  • Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 45
  • Commodification Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 46
  • “The systems we keep will be hybrid creations. They will have a strong rootstock of peer-to-peer generation, grafted below highly refined strains of controlling functions. Sturdy, robust foundations of user-made content and crowd-sourced innovation will feed very small slivers of leadership agility. Pure plays of 100% smart mobs or 100% smart elites will be rare. The real art of business and organizations in the network economy will not be in harnessing the crowd of "everybody" (simple!) but in finding the appropriate hybrid mix of bottom and top for each niche, at the right time. The mix of control/no- control will shift as a system grows and matures.” Kevin Kelly The Bottom is Not Enough http://www.kk.org/thetechnium/archives/2008/02/the_bottom_is_n.php Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 47
  • Why Frameworks Work
  • Managing Complexity Ubicomp Seatbelts, Frak Me! please. Fr am Contexts ew or k U til ity Are We Cake! There Yet... DIY / Fab Co-creation Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 49
  • Share control Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 50
  • Downstream Leverage Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 51
  • Simple elements: Rich experiences Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 52
  • Potentiality Components Framework x = Possibility Space Relationships Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 53
  • Spore Over 1.8 million creatures created by people using the Spore Creature Creator. ..more than the number of known species in the world (1.5 million)! EA was hoping to get 100,000 creatures uploaded by players with the Creature Editor by September. They hit that number in 22 hours. E3 2008: More Creatures in Spore Than in Real Life By Sam Kennedy, 07/14/2008 Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 54
  • Co-Creation Possibility Space Instance Co-creators Instance Co-creators Instance Co-creators Instance Co-creators Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 55
  • "I created the platform, and then I got out of the way. Sometimes the best thing you can do is get out of the way.'' Craig Newmark http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/archive/2004/10/10/LVGU693SFD1.DTL Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 56
  • Frameworks allow $ designers to sell higher value services. Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 57
  • Understanding Frameworks De-construction
  • Pick an experience What is it ʻmade ofʼ? How do these things relate? What does it include / exclude? Is it closed, open, other? Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 59
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  • Components Relationships Scope Boundaries Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 61
  • Components Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 62
  • Relationships Linking Stacking Grouping Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 63
  • Scope Data Governance User Experience Business Logic Functionality Administration Application Logic Social Dynamics Narrow* Broad* *Depends on your viewpoint! Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 64
  • Boundary(s) Closed unbounded Open Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 65
  • Components Relationships Scope Boundaries { Problem...? Solution Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 66
  • Understanding Frameworks Definition
  • What is it meant to do? What kind is it? Who is it for? What does it depend on? Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 68
  • Purpose Type Audience Assumptions Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 69
  • Purpose Components Type Relationships Audience Scope Assumptions Boundaries { { Problem Solution Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 70
  • Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 71
  • Add frameworks to your toolkit Beyond Findability: Frameworks IA Summit 2010 | Joe Lamantia | Blend Consulting 72
  • Bedankt! Joe.Lamantia@gmail.com JoeLamantia.com Twitter: @moJoe Slideshare.net/moJoe