Patterns for Multiscreen Strategies
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Patterns for Multiscreen Strategies Patterns for Multiscreen Strategies Presentation Transcript

  • PRECIOUS DESIGN STUDIO PRESENTSPatternsforMultiscreenStrategies
  • More and more people interact in an "ecosystem of screens".
  • Its not enough to design digital products and services …
  • … we also have to think about their connections. We need to design systems.
  • People are shifting from device to device and expect products and services to move with them.
  • 2 ft 10 ft 1 ft 1 ftThey expect the most appropriate support and a delightful experience — whatever they do.
  • We discovered and documented six patterns for "ecosystems of screens".
  • Multiscreen Patterns Coherence Syncronization Screen sharing Device Shifting Complementarity SimultaneityThese patterns should help understand and define strategies for the multiscreen world.
  • CoherenceA digital product or service looks and works coherently across devices.Features are optimized for specific device characteristics and usage scenarios.
  • Smartphone PC Tablet http://www.evernote.comEvernote, a digital notebook, is available on numerous platforms and devices.The smartphone apps are optimized for photo and audio input and notes are location tagged.
  • Syncronization • • •Devices are always in sync.
  • you start reading an ebook on your smartphone, your tablet will know your reading position.Your bookmarks and notes are always up to date on every device.
  • Screen sharingMultiple screens are sharing a single source.
  •"Junkyard Jumbotron" lets you combine random devices into one large virtual display.The research project explores how sharing our screens affects social interaction.
  • Device shiftingUsers actively shift content from one device to another.
  • Apples Airplay technology, a video can be shifted from an iPhone or iPad to a large TV screen.
  • ComplementarityDevices are complementing each other.
  • iPad serves as a Scrabble board. Tiles are arranged on iPhones so other players cant see them.
  • SimultaneityDevices are being used simultaneously.
  • a live football broadcast users take guesses about the outcome of match situations.
  • Thanks for your interest. If youre interested in more, please get in touch.