Sean Lynch - The future of mobile productivity

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Startupfest 2014 - Smartphone adoption continues unabated and tablets are rapidly cannibalizing PC sales, but productivity workers still hold onto their computers. In this session, Sean will look at the trends behind the newest generation of mobile productivity apps, how app developers and OEMs are working to make road warriors productive on their tablets and phones, and how the mobile operating systems are trying to support or, in some cases, fight against it. You'll learn about the tactics that are working for Dropbox and other apps, and the opportunities for motivated companies to become essential in powering mobile productivity workers in this rapidly changing ecosystem.

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Sean Lynch - The future of mobile productivity

  1. 1. The  Future  of   Mobile  Produc2vity Sean  Lynch
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  2. 2. “Should  I  buy  a  desktop  or  laptop?”
  3. 3. Source:  KPCB  Internet  Trends  2013,  Slide  45   Global  Desktop  and  Notebook  Shipments  by  Quarter
  4. 4. Global  Desktop  and  Notebook  Shipments  by  Quarter Source:  KPCB  Internet  Trends  2013,  Slide  45  
  5. 5. Coming  up What  are  the  inherent  advantages  of  mobile?   What’s  holding  up  mobile  produc2vity?   What  may  not  actually  maOer?   When  will  it  flip?
  6. 6. define:produc2vity The  act  of  producing  something Work  (not  play)
  7. 7. define:mobile Smartphones  &  (most)  tablets
  8. 8. Unfair  advantages
  9. 9. Cost
  10. 10. Cost =  ubiquity
  11. 11. Photo:  cogdog  hOps://flic.kr/p/9XWgr5
  12. 12. Photo:  traery  hOps://flic.kr/p/dWBuVp
  13. 13. Photo:  caronlyn  hOps://flic.kr/p/arM9WT  
  14. 14. Source:  instagram.com/sheeps_sell
  15. 15. Portability
  16. 16. Portability =  2mely
  17. 17. Photo:  mmassie  hOps://flic.kr/p/e3TT86
  18. 18. Source:  Roambi  hOp://roambi.com
  19. 19. Portability =  flexibility
  20. 20. Source:  Dropbox
  21. 21. Source:  SendHub,  Google  Play
  22. 22. Capability
  23. 23. Capability Touch,  Camera,  LTE,  GPS,  sensors  galore
  24. 24. Scanner  Pro Source:  Readdle  hOp://readdle.com
  25. 25. Moves Source:  Moves  hOp://www.moves-­‐app.com
  26. 26. Photo:  taedc  hOps://flic.kr/p/f3ptPY
  27. 27. Unfair  advantages Cost  —>  Ubiquity Portability  —>  Timely,  flexibility Capabili2es  (touch,  LTE,  camera,  sensors)
  28. 28. Hold  ups
  29. 29. Input
  30. 30. Source:  Swype,  Minuum,  Google  Play
  31. 31. Source:  Swype,  Minuum,  Google  Play,  HBO
  32. 32. Source:  flickingerbrad  hOps://flic.kr/p/kcLqS3
  33. 33. Source:  Google
  34. 34. Source:  ‘Her’  Warner  Bros.  Pictures
  35. 35. Gestures
  36. 36. Source:  Dropbox
  37. 37. Mul2tasking
  38. 38. Source:  9to5mac
  39. 39. Source:  Informa2onWeek
  40. 40. Hardware
  41. 41. Source:  Samsung
  42. 42. Source:  Ars  Technica
  43. 43. Photo:  macmixing  hOp://youtu.be/IhHbcKiEPnA  
  44. 44. Fragmenta2on?
  45. 45. Hold  ups Input   Gestures   Mul2-­‐tasking   Hardware   Fragmenta2on  (maybe)
  46. 46. Non-­‐issues
  47. 47. Rethink  produc2vity
  48. 48. Source:  PlanGrid
  49. 49. Source:  ‘Her’  Warner  Bros.  Pictures
  50. 50. Rethink  the  hub
  51. 51. Source:  Apple
  52. 52. Source:  Google
  53. 53. Source:  Google
  54. 54. ? Source:  Google
  55. 55. Where  does  that  leave  us?
  56. 56. The  Future  of   Mobile  Produc2vity Sean  Lynch
 works  at
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