Where do you get inspiration for online social features? One approach is to copy or offer a variation on something someone else has already created. But this approach lacks vision and often results in ‘me-too’ applications. A better approach is to look at real-world social interactions, and then translate these into online social features. And where better to observe these interactions than someplace like the mall, college campus, or conference?
We’ll spend the first half of this presentation looking at some different ways that natural human and social behaviors have guided product development— and ‘filled the well’ with original new feature requests. Then, we’ll apply this approach in a workshop type environment to generate some of our own innovative social media ideas.
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