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Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
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Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society (COINs2013)
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Takashi Iba, "Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society," in the 4th International Conference on Collaborative Innovation Networks (COINs2013), Santiago, Chile, Aug., 2013.

Takashi Iba, "Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society," in the 4th International Conference on Collaborative Innovation Networks (COINs2013), Santiago, Chile, Aug., 2013.

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  • 1. Takashi Iba Associate Professor at Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University Ph.D. in Media and Governance iba @ sfc.keio.ac.jp
  • 2. Creating new media for the Creative Society Creative Society is a society where people create their own goods, tools, concepts, knowledge, and systems with their own hands. As media to support creativity, I focued on Pattern Languages, which is a way of describing practical knowledge of designing. Pattern languages can function in three ways: glasses of recognition, triggers for narrative & dialogue, and basis of self-confidence.
  • 3. subtitle Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society COINs13
  • 4. subtitleCOINs13 Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society
  • 5. subtitleCOINs13 Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society
  • 6. subtitleOkay.COINs13 Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society
  • 7. Okay. Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society
  • 8. From now, the sentences that I said will be appeared in the bottom of the screen like tihis. Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society
  • 9. Note that it’s just a subtitle ( not a script for me :D ). Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society
  • 10. So you don’t need to read the subtitle during my talk, but you can read this later on the downloaded slides after my presentation. Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society
  • 11. So please concentrate on the upper part of the slides, and forget about this caption. Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society
  • 12. Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society Okay?
  • 13. Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society Good.
  • 14. Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society
  • 15. (Hey, don’t read this. Forget about this subtitle...) Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society
  • 16. Future
  • 17. I would like to start to tell a vision of our future society. Future
  • 18. When trying to imagine what kind of a society will come to be, we often look at the transition between the past, present, and the future. Present ?Future
  • 19. When trying to imagine what kind of a society will come to be, we often look at the transition between the past, present, and the future. Present ?Future Past
  • 20. One way to look at the past and the present of our current world is the transition from a society of "Consumption" to a society of "Communication." Present Past Consumptive Society Communicative SocietyC CCConsumption Communication Creation Consumptive Society Communication Society Creative Society C CCConsumption Communication Cre Consumptive Society Communication Society Cre So
  • 21. Many of what used to be just end consumers receiving the products have now become senders of their own information. Present Past Consumptive Society Communicative SocietyC CCConsumption Communication Creation Consumptive Society Communication Society Creative Society C CCConsumption Communication Cre Consumptive Society Communication Society Cre So
  • 22. And, I see the next age to be full of people each CREATING things for their own good. Present Past Consumptive Society Communicative Society C CCConsumption Communication Creation Consumptive Society Communication Society Creative Society Future Creative Society C CCConsumption Communication Creation Consumptive Society Communication Society Creative Society C CCConsumption Communication Creation Consumptive Society Communication Society Creative Society
  • 23. In this talk, this new society to come is called the Creative Society. Present Past Consumptive Society Communicative Society C CCConsumption Communication Creation Consumptive Society Communication Society Creative Society Future Creative Society C CCConsumption Communication Creation Consumptive Society Communication Society Creative Society C CCConsumption Communication Creation Consumptive Society Communication Society Creative Society
  • 24. People of a Creative Society  create their own goods, tools, concepts, knowledge, systems, and ultimately the future with their own hands. Creative Society C Cn Communication Creation e Communication Society Creative Society
  • 25. Creation in this society is no longer limited to just companies, but is entrusted to the individuals. Creative Society C Cn Communication Creation e Communication Society Creative Society
  • 26. In the society, people will be networking with other people through the open act of creation, and everywhere creative communities will be forming.
  • 27. For example, open-source software developers and Wikipedia editors have formed open communities through the act of creation.
  • 28. To form such a community, supporting media for creative act will especially be important in the Creative Society.
  • 29. This new kind of media that supports the creative acts of the people would be called discovery media. media discovery media
  • 30. This naming is based on the Creative Systems Theory (Iba, COINs2009). In the theory, a creative process is defined as a web of discoveries, and the process must be supported by discovery media to maintain itself. media discovery media
  • 31. Discovery media will exist to trigger the creativity of people, and then amplify it.
  • 32. It must be effective not only for individuals, but also for groups of people, and ultimately empower the whole society. 
  • 33. Pattern languages are what I see as the perfect fit for such a discovery media. Context Problem Solution Context Problem Solution Context Problem Solution Context Problem Solution Context Problem SolutionContext Problem Solution Context Problem Solution Context Problem Solution Context Problem Solution Context Problem Solution pattern pattern pattern pattern pattern pattern pattern pattern pattern pattern Pattern Language
  • 34. A pattern language is a language consisted of patterns, which together scribe out the practical design knowledge. Context Problem Solution Context Problem Solution Context Problem Solution Context Problem Solution Context Problem SolutionContext Problem Solution Context Problem Solution Context Problem Solution Context Problem Solution Context Problem Solution pattern pattern pattern pattern pattern pattern pattern pattern pattern pattern Pattern Language
  • 35. Each pattern consists of the abstract statements about Context, Problem, and Solution. These information present the practical knowledge for problem finding and solving, in other words, designing. Pattern Context Problem Solution Problem Finding Problem Solving Name
  • 36. The original idea of pattern languages for writing out the practical knowledge of designing, which was proposed by an architect Christopher Alexander.
  • 37. His intention was to have people get involved in the process of designing their own houses and community where they live in.
  • 38. Ten years later, the idea of pattern languages was adopted in the field of software design, as a name of “design patterns.”
  • 39. Then, the fields where pattern languages are applied are expanding little by little.
  • 40. On such a background, my students and I have been creating pattern languages in a whole new area, pattern languages for human actions ...
  • 41. ... like learning, collaborations, presentations, education, social innovation, policy making, and even beauty in daily life. 13 Go Natural Some beauty comes naturally Solution Context Problem Youarealwaysputtingonmakeup becauseyoudon’thavemuch confidenceinyourbareface. You get such used to having makeup on that you don’t want to meet anyone when you don’t have any on. Try adjusting the amount of makeup based on the occurrence and the people you are going to meet. Try putting on less when you are just going to school or work. If you are only going to meet your close friends, even try going natural. By having opportunities to put on different kinds of makeup, you might be able to notice something new about your face. ▶ 02. Charming Point 36. Various Sides Ver. 0.60 November, 2012 http://collabpatterns.sfc.keio.ac.jp http://twitter.com/collabpatterns collabpatterns@sfc.keio.ac.jp Collaboration Patterns Project 創造的コラボレーション 未来への使命感 方法のイノベーション 伝説をつくる 成長のスパイラル 共感のチームづくり レスポンス・ラリー 一体感をつくる 貢献の領域 成長のリターン 自発的なコミットメント ゆるやかなつながり 弱さの共有 感謝のことば 創発的な勢い まとまった時間 創造の場づくり 活動の足あと 意味のある混沌 アイデアをカタチに インサイド・イノベーター ゴールへの道のり 臨機応変な動き 飛躍のための仕込み 世界を変える力 クオリティ・ライン こだわり合う 一度こわす 期待を超える ファンをつくる 広がりの戦略 世界の文脈 つくり続ける強さ 感性を磨く 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Ver. 0.60 Collaboration Patterns Project CollaborationPatterns:コラボレーション・パターン̶創造的コラボレーションのパターン・ランゲージ(ver.0.60) 創造的コラボレーションのパターン・ランゲージ コラボレーション・パターン Ver. 0.60 November, 2012 http://collabpatterns.sfc.keio.ac.jp http://twitter.com/collabpatterns collabpatterns@sfc.keio.ac.jp Collaboration Patterns Project 創造的コラボレーション 未来への使命感 方法のイノベーション 伝説をつくる 成長のスパイラル 共感のチームづくり レスポンス・ラリー 一体感をつくる 貢献の領域 成長のリターン 自発的なコミットメント ゆるやかなつながり 弱さの共有 感謝のことば 創発的な勢い まとまった時間 創造の場づくり 活動の足あと 意味のある混沌 アイデアをカタチに インサイド・イノベーター ゴールへの道のり 臨機応変な動き 飛躍のための仕込み 世界を変える力 クオリティ・ライン こだわり合う 一度こわす 期待を超える ファンをつくる 広がりの戦略 世界の文脈 つくり続ける強さ 感性を磨く 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Ver. 0.60 Collaboration Patterns Project CollaborationPatterns:コラボレーション・パターン̶創造的コラボレーションのパターン・ランゲージ(ver.0.60) 創造的コラボレーションのパターン・ランゲージ コラボレーション・パターン LearningPatterns:APatternLanguageforCreativeLearning(ver.0.80) A Pattern Language for Creative LearningVer. 0.80 September, 2011 learningpatterns@sfc.keio.ac.jp Learning Patterns Project patterns ver. 0.80 Ver. 0.60 October, 2012 http://ppatterns.org/ presentpatterns@sfc.keio.ac.jp Presentation Patterns Project Creative Presentation Main Message Touching Gift Image of Success Storytelling Exploration of Words Visual Power Dramatic Modulation Unexpected Evolution Doors of Mystery Beautiful Clarity Perfect Portion Cherry on Top Mind Bridge Reality Sharing Participation Driver Quality in Details Expression Coordinator Discomfort Removing Significant Void Activation Switch Take-Home Gift Stage Building Reminders of Success Construction of Confidence Presentership Best Effort Personally for You Invitation to the World Improvised Presentation Reflecting Forwards Unique Presenter Aesthetics of Presenting Be Authentic! 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Ver. 0.60 Presentation Patterns Project PresentationPatterns:APatternLanguageforCreativePresentations(ver.0.60) A Pattern Language for Creative Presentations
  • 42. Ver. 0.60 November, 2012 http://collabpatterns.sfc.keio.ac.jp http://twitter.com/collabpatterns collabpatterns@sfc.keio.ac.jp Collaboration Patterns Project 創造的コラボレーション 未来への使命感 方法のイノベーション 伝説をつくる 成長のスパイラル 共感のチームづくり レスポンス・ラリー 一体感をつくる 貢献の領域 成長のリターン 自発的なコミットメント ゆるやかなつながり 弱さの共有 感謝のことば 創発的な勢い まとまった時間 創造の場づくり 活動の足あと 意味のある混沌 アイデアをカタチに インサイド・イノベーター ゴールへの道のり 臨機応変な動き 飛躍のための仕込み 世界を変える力 クオリティ・ライン こだわり合う 一度こわす 期待を超える ファンをつくる 広がりの戦略 世界の文脈 つくり続ける強さ 感性を磨く 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Ver. 0.60 Collaboration Patterns Project CollaborationPatterns:コラボレーション・パターン̶創造的コラボレーションのパターン・ランゲージ(ver.0.60) 創造的コラボレーションのパターン・ランゲージ コラボレーション・パターン LearningPatterns:APatternLanguageforCreativeLearning(ver.0.80) A Pattern Language for Creative LearningVer. 0.80 September, 2011 learningpatterns@sfc.keio.ac.jp Learning Patterns Project patterns ver. 0.80 Design Your Learning Making Opportunities Creative Project Open-Process Learning Jump In Learning by Imitation Effective Asking Output-Driven Learning Foreign Language Every Day Playful Learning Embodied Skills Language Shower Tangible Piles Tornado of Learning Triangle Scaling Chain of Excitement! Thinking in Action Prototyping Field Diving Multi-Camera Shooting A Bird's- & Bug's-Eye View Hidden Connections Frontier Finder Creative Switch Fruit Farming Initial Draft Only Halfway Attractive Expression Acceleration to Next Community of Learning Good Rivals Consequential Encounter Firm Determination Talking Thinker Learning by Teaching Obvious Reason Right Way Brave Change Explorer's Passion Self-Producing Be Extreme! 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 Ver. 0.60 October, 2012 http://ppatterns.org/ presentpatterns@sfc.keio.ac.jp Presentation Patterns Project Creative Presentation Main Message Touching Gift Image of Success Storytelling Exploration of Words Visual Power Dramatic Modulation Unexpected Evolution Doors of Mystery Beautiful Clarity Perfect Portion Cherry on Top Mind Bridge Reality Sharing Participation Driver Quality in Details Expression Coordinator Discomfort Removing Significant Void Activation Switch Take-Home Gift Stage Building Reminders of Success Construction of Confidence Presentership Best Effort Personally for You Invitation to the World Improvised Presentation Reflecting Forwards Unique Presenter Aesthetics of Presenting Be Authentic! 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Ver. 0.60 Presentation Patterns Project PresentationPatterns:APatternLanguageforCreativePresentations(ver.0.60) A Pattern Language for Creative Presentations Creative Patterns A Pattern Language of Learning, Collaborations, and Presentations in the Creative Society Today’s Take-Home-Gift for you is the booklet “Creative Patterns,” which includes three pattern languages: (1) the Learning Patterns, (2) the Collaboration Patterns, and (3) the Presentation Patterns.
  • 43. Learning Patterns is a pattern language for creative learning, which consists of 40 patterns describing practical knowledge for problem finding and problem solving in learning. 1. Learning Patterns LearningPatterns:APatternLanguageforCreativeLearning(ver.0.80) A Pattern Language for Creative LearningVer. 0.80 September, 2011 learningpatterns@sfc.keio.ac.jp Learning Patterns Project patterns ver. 0.80 Design Your Learning Making Opportunities Creative Project Open-Process Learning Jump In Learning by Imitation Effective Asking Output-Driven Learning Foreign Language Every Day Playful Learning Embodied Skills Language Shower Tangible Piles Tornado of Learning Triangle Scaling Chain of Excitement! Thinking in Action Prototyping Field Diving Multi-Camera Shooting A Bird's- & Bug's-Eye View Hidden Connections Frontier Finder Creative Switch Fruit Farming Initial Draft Only Halfway Attractive Expression Acceleration to Next Community of Learning Good Rivals Consequential Encounter Firm Determination Talking Thinker Learning by Teaching Obvious Reason Right Way Brave Change Explorer's Passion Self-Producing Be Extreme! 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 4. Jump In 37. Explorer’s Passion 35. Right Way 7. Output-Driven Learning 32. Talking Thinker 11. Language Shower 14. Triangle Scaling 17. Prototyping 19. Multi-Camera Shooting 24. Fruit Farming 27. Acceleration to Next 29. Good Rivals 5. Learning by Imitation 6. Effective Asking 39. Be Extreme! 38. Slef-Producing 34. Obvious Reason 36. Brave Change 8. Foreign Language Every Day 9. Playful Learning 31. Firm Determination 33. Learning by Teaching 10. Embodied Skills 12. Tangible Piles 15. Chain of Excitement! 13. Tornade of Learning 16. Thinking in Action 18. Field Diving 21. Hidden Connections 20. A Bird’s- & Bug’s-Eye View 22. Frontier Finder 23. Creative Switch 25. Initial Draft Only Halfway 26. Attractive Expression 28. Community of Learning 30. Consequential Encounter 3. Open-Process Learning 0. Design Your Learning 2. Creative Project 1. Making Opportunities
  • 44. Collaboration Patterns is a pattern language for creative collaboration, which consists of 34 patterns describing practical knowledge for performing creative collaborations. Ver. 0.60 July, 2013 collabpatterns@sfc.keio.ac.jp Collaboration Patterns Project Creative Collaboration Mission for the Future Innovation of the Ways Create a Legend Spiral of Growth Sympathetic Union Response Rally Feeling of Togetherness Piece to Contribute Return of Growth Spontaneous Commitments Loose Connections Vulnerability Disclosure Words of Thanks Vigor of Emergence Loaf of Time Collaborative Field Activity Footprints Chaotic Path to Breakthrough Ideas Taking Shape Inside Innovator Roadmap to the Goal Improvised Roles Spadework for Creativity Power to Change The World Quality Line Creative Clashes Generative Destruction Beyond Expectations Project Followers Strategic Developments Context of the World Endurance to Continue Creating Polishing Senses 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Ver. 0.60 Collaboration Patterns Project CollaborationPatterns:APatternLanguageforCreativeCollaborations(ver.0.60) A Pattern Language for Creative Collaborations 2. Collaboration Patterns 12. Vulnerability Disclosure 30. Strategic Developments 26. Creative Clashes 27. Generative Destruction 33. Polishing Senses 32. Endurance to Continue Creating 31. Context of the World 28. Beyond Expectations 29. Project Followers 23. Spadework for Creativity 22. Improvised Roles 21. Roadmap to the Goal 20. Inside Innovator 19. Ideas Taking Shape 18. Chaotic Path to Breakthrough 24. Power to Change The World 25. Quality Line 1. Mission for the Future 2. Innovation of the Ways 3. Create a Legend 4. Spiral of Growth 5. Sympathetic Union 6. Response Rally 13. Words of Thanks11. Loose Connections 14. Vigor of Emergence 17. Activity Footprinnts 16. Collaborative Field 15. Loaf of Time 0. Creative Collaboration 7. Feeling of Togetherness 10. Spontaneous Commitments 9. Return of Growth 8. Piece to Contribute
  • 45. Presentation Patterns is a pattern language for creative presentations, which consists of 34 patterns describing practical knowledge for designing creative presentations. it can be applied to all kinds of activities of representation, including public speaking, performance of music, drama, and dance. 3. Presentation Patterns Ver. 0.60 October, 2012 http://ppatterns.org/ presentpatterns@sfc.keio.ac.jp Presentation Patterns Project Creative Presentation Main Message Touching Gift Image of Success Storytelling Exploration of Words Visual Power Dramatic Modulation Unexpected Evolution Doors of Mystery Beautiful Clarity Perfect Portion Cherry on Top Mind Bridge Reality Sharing Participation Driver Quality in Details Expression Coordinator Discomfort Removing Significant Void Activation Switch Take-Home Gift Stage Building Reminders of Success Construction of Confidence Presentership Best Effort Personally for You Invitation to the World Improvised Presentation Reflecting Forwards Unique Presenter Aesthetics of Presenting Be Authentic! 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Ver. 0.60 Presentation Patterns Project PresentationPatterns:APatternLanguageforCreativePresentations(ver.0.60) A Pattern Language for Creative Presentations 1. Main Message 2. Touching Gift 3. Image of Success 4. Storytelling 5. Exploration of Words 6. Visual Power 7. Dramatic Modulation 8. Unexpected Evolution 9. Doors of Mystery 10. Beautiful Clarity 11. Perfect Portion 12. Cherry on Top 13. Mind Bridge 14. Reality Sharing 15. Participation Driver 16. Quality in Details 17. Expression Coordinator 18. Discomfort Removing 19. Significant Void 20. Activation Switch 21. Take-Home Gift 22. Stage Building 23. Reminders of Success 24. Construction of Confidence 25. Presentership26. Best Effort 27. Personally for You 28. Invitation to the World 29. Improvised Presentation 30. Reflecting Forwards 31. Unique Presenter 32. Aesthetics of Presenting 33. Be Authentic! 0. Creative Presentation
  • 46. No.95 Take-Home Gift A goody-bag full of ideas. Yo (N Yo H of Th It sh
  • 47. You want your audience to take active responses to your Touching Gift (No.76). Your ideas struggle to spread even after the presentation. It’s hard for the listeners to remember and talk about information they only heard once to other people. There is a limit to how much can be said in a single speech. Hand out a gift for the audience to take home that would remind them of the details of the presentation. The gift may be a brochure or a card that reminds them of your presentation. It should be attractive so that the listeners would want to take it home and share your ideas to someone who was not at the presentation.
  • 48. It’s hard for the listeners to remember and talk about information they only heard once to other people. There is a limit to how much can be said in a single speech. Hand out a gift for the audience to take home that would remind them of the details of the presentation. The gift may be a brochure or a card that reminds them of your presentation. It should be attractive so that the listeners would want to take it home and share your ideas to someone who was not at the presentation. The gift would remind the people who were at the place about the presentation. It can also be used to easily spread your ideas to people who were not at the presentation. Through the process of making the Take-Home Gift, the speaker can re-recognize the Main Message (No.75) of their speech.
  • 49. 1. Main Message 2. Touching Gift 3. Image of Success 4. Storytelling 5. Exploration of Words 6. Visual Power 7. Dramatic Modulation 8. Unexpected Evolution 9. Doors of Mystery 10. Beautiful Clarity 11. Perfect Portion 12. Cherry on Top 13. Mind Bridge 14. Reality Sharing 15. Participation Driver 16. Quality in Details 17. Expression Coordinator 18. Discomfort Removing 19. Significant Void 20. Activation Switch 21. Take-Home Gift 22. Stage Building 23. Reminders of Success 24. Construction of Confidence 25. Presentership26. Best Effort 27. Personally for You 28. Invitation to the World 29. Improvised Presentation 30. Reflecting Forwards 31. Unique Presenter 32. Aesthetics of Presenting 33. Be Authentic! 0. Creative Presentation
  • 50. Glasses of Recognition Triggers for Narrative & Dialogue Basis of Self-Confidence The Functions of Pattern Languages
  • 51. Patterns in pattern languages can function as a concept to recognize things. They support humans by becoming what can be called Glasses of Recognition. Glasses of Recognition
  • 52. These glasses give its users a new perspective to the world around them. Glasses of Recognition
  • 53. With the patterns in their minds, they can recognize the parts of experience corresponding to patterns. experience as a whole pattern pattern pattern pattern Pattern Language as Glasses of Recognition
  • 54. For example, when you want to reflect on your experience of presentations, the Presentation Patterns can function as Glasses of Recognition to look at and understand your experience. experience as a whole pattern pattern pattern pattern Pattern Language as Glasses of Recognition
  • 55. Glasses of Recognition Triggers for Narrative & Dialogue Basis of Self-Confidence The Functions of Pattern Languages
  • 56. Glasses of Recognition Triggers for Narrative & Dialogue Basis of Self-Confidence The Functions of Pattern Languages
  • 57. To help people reflect on their experience with using a pattern language, I usually hold dialogue workshops, where participants talk about their experiences with each other using the pattern language. Triggers for Narrative & Dialogue
  • 58. We’ve held more than 40 workshops for various targets, in various domains, and in various places with using our pattern languages; The total number of participants are about 4,000 people.
  • 59. The workshop first asks participants to read the all patterns beforehand, and list the patterns that they have already experienced.
  • 60. They would also make a list of five patterns in which they wish to use in the near future.
  • 61. With the list of the five patterns in their hands, the participants would walk around at the workshop searching for other participants who have already experienced one of the patterns on the list.
  • 62. Once they find a match, the one who has experienced the pattern would talk about the experience, and the other person would listen to it and take notes.
  • 63. Although a simple structure, the workshop fosters unexpected excitement among participants.
  • 64. In daily conversations, we tend to think the episodes of our experiences of ordinary activities are pointless to talk about.
  • 65. These seemingly useless episodes are given meaning by applying it to one of the patterns, lowering the bar to share it.
  • 66. And, the positive feedback from the other participants who wish to listen to the story would encourage them to talk to more people about their experiences.
  • 67. The positive chain of episodes and feedback adds up to warm up the atmosphere and bring excitement to the workshop. This excitement will help participants to think, learn, and talk about the patterns.
  • 68. Glasses of Recognition Triggers for Narrative & Dialogue Basis of Self-Confidence The Functions of Pattern Languages
  • 69. Glasses of Recognition Triggers for Narrative & Dialogue Basis of Self-Confidence The Functions of Pattern Languages
  • 70. By using pattern languages as triggers for narrative and dialogue we can become conscious of the parts of our experiences we normally do not notice, and inspect it through dialogues. experience as a whole experience as a whole pattern pattern pattern pattern Pattern Language as Vocabulary for Communication pattern
  • 71. Stories of the experience will not only stimulate conversations, but also would create an opportunity to reflect on one's own styles. As a result, we will gain self-confidence. experience as a whole experience as a whole pattern pattern pattern pattern Pattern Language as Vocabulary for Communication pattern
  • 72. Glasses of Recognition Triggers for Narrative & Dialogue Basis of Self-Confidence The Functions of Pattern Languages
  • 73. Glasses of Recognition The Functions of Pattern Languages Triggers for Narrative & Dialogue Basis of Self-Confidence
  • 74. Ver. 0.60 October, 2012 http://ppatterns.org/ presentpatterns@sfc.keio.ac.jp Presentation Patterns Project entation e t cess of Words dulation Evolution tery rity on p ng Driver tails oordinator emoving oid witch Gift g f Success of Confidence p r You the World resentation rwards enter Presenting ! Ver. 0.60 Presentation Patterns Project PresentationPatterns:APatternLanguageforCreativePresentations(ver.0.60) A Pattern Language for Creative Presentations Dialog Workshop with the Presentation Patterns 50 high school students in Tokyo, Japan
  • 75. Glasses of Recognition Triggers for Narrative & Dialogue Basis of Self-Confidence 0" 5" 10" 15" 20" 25" 30" 35" 40" 45" 50" Crea,ve"Presenta,on" Main"Message" Touching"Gi;" Image"of"Success" Storytelling" Explora,on"of"Words" Visual"Power" Drama,c"Modula,on" Unexpected"Evolu,on" Doors"of"Mystery" Beau,ful"Clarity" Perfect"Por,on" Cherry"on"Top" Mind"Bridge" Reality"Sharing" Par,cipa,on"Driver" Quality"in"Details" Expression"Coordinator" Discomfort"Removing" Significant"Void" Ac,va,on"Switch" TakeQHome"Gi;" Stage"Building" Reminders"of"Success" Construc,on"of"Confidence" Presentership" Best"Effort" Personally"for"You" Invita,on"to"the"World" Improvised"Presenta,on" Reflec,ng"Forwards" Unique"Presenter" Aesthe,cs"of"Presen,ng" Be"Authen,c!"
  • 76. Findings about the Self Findings about Others Findings about their Own Potentiality Overcoming of Shyness Glasses of Recognition Triggers for Narrative & Dialogue Basis of Self-Confidence Positive Chain of Communication
  • 77. "At first I was afraid of embarrassing myself because I thought there won't be any patterns I already have experience with, but it was surprising to look at my own results --- many of the patterns I was already doing as daily habits." "By checking the patterns that I was already able to do, I was able to find out my strengths.These points I felt proud sharing experiences about them with others, and it also brought up my motivation to make them even stronger. Findings about the Self "Even though I didn't know of the patterns, I found out I was already doing many of the Presentation Patterns when I do dance performances.
  • 78. "The workshop was a good opportunity to reflect on my experiences in high school. I was able to find out how much I can't do, but at the same time I was able to find out the thing only I can do." Findings about the Self "The workshop helped me realize of my weaknesses and bad habits - it gave me a good chance to start fixing them before I graduate from high school." “The workshop helped me remember of these past episodes - and more important - how much I could already do.”
  • 79. Findings about the Self Findings about Others Findings about their Own Potentiality Overcoming of Shyness Glasses of Recognition Triggers for Narrative & Dialogue Basis of Self-Confidence Positive Chain of Communication
  • 80. "The workshop gave me a chance to get to know things about my peers that I usually don't see when I talk with them." Findings about Others "I think the workshop gives its participants a good experience in that it gives us an opportunity to ask questions for our own growth, and then answer questions of others with our own experiences. Such an opportunity is hard to achieve in our daily conversations - especially with so many people."
  • 81. Findings about Others "The workshop was fresh and interesting in seeing how people pull many different interpretations and experiences out from the same pattern." "It was fun listening to stories about my peers doing things that I can't yet do. It was interesting how the experiences differed from person to person.
  • 82. "It was astonishing to see all the different skills and experiences that my peers had that I didn't have. It made me think of how much we could do if we could put all of our skills and experiences together." Findings about Others "Even in such a small community where we spend much time together at school, I couldn't find anyone who had checked the exact same patterns as mine. It was also surprising that most everyone I talked to had experience with at least one of the patterns I wanted to know more about."
  • 83. Findings about the Self Findings about Others Findings about their Own Potentiality Overcoming of Shyness Glasses of Recognition Triggers for Narrative & Dialogue Basis of Self-Confidence Positive Chain of Communication
  • 84. "I am usually shy and don't like talking to people I don't know. I always get worried if my talks are boring when people are listening. But by circling the patterns in this workshop, I found out that I can do more than I thought, and I was able to become a little more confident talking about my experiences. " "At first I felt shy and didn't want to talk as much, but soon it became fun searching for people with patterns and talking to them." Overcoming of Shyness
  • 85. "At first I felt shy and could only talk to the people I already knew. But as the workshop went on it became fun talking and listening with people and I was able to become more proactive. I am usually shy talking to people so I was surprised by myself how I was being able to communicate." Overcoming of Shyness
  • 86. Findings about the Self Findings about Others Findings about their Own Potentiality Overcoming of Shyness Glasses of Recognition Triggers for Narrative & Dialogue Basis of Self-Confidence Positive Chain of Communication
  • 87. Positive Chain of Communication "The various experiences by my various peers were interesting to hear about. Stories about their experiences made me want to become more active." “Talking about my own experiences was something I've never done in the past, but it wasn't hard as I thought and I was able to enjoy it."
  • 88. Positive Chain of Communication "The workshop was a very fresh experience. Not just listening to other people talk, but seeing people getting convinced by my talks was something I never experienced before. As the workshop went on I got used to the process, and I was able to actively go out searching for new ideas from people. These ideas became seeds of new findings about myself." "Even though I thought my experiences were uninteresting and useless, by seeing people listening to them seriously and taking notes on them, I became able to talk about the experience with more confidence."
  • 89. Findings about the Self Findings about Others Findings about their Own Potentiality Overcoming of Shyness Glasses of Recognition Triggers for Narrative & Dialogue Basis of Self-Confidence Positive Chain of Communication
  • 90. "It was good that the workshop made us stand up and move to hear real-life experiences of our peers instead of just reading the words on in a book. The detailed and realistic episodes made me feel that I could do the same too." "The actual experiences by my peers made me think I can do similarly in my future presentations too." "I was able to feel the possibility for my future growth by finding out how my peers are able to do things that I can't yet do." Findings about their Own Potentiality
  • 91. "It was helpful to hear experiences by my peers on the patterns that I wanted to use in the future. The stories made me feel that if I put enough effort into it, the I would become able to do them too." "I have been wondering of things I could do to improve my skills. The talks with my classmates gave me realizations on so many things I could start doing. I can now start small and take in the stories I heard into my own context." Findings about their Own Potentiality
  • 92. Findings about the Self Findings about Others Findings about their Own Potentiality Overcoming of Shyness Glasses of Recognition Triggers for Narrative & Dialogue Basis of Self-Confidence Positive Chain of Communication
  • 93. Glasses of Recognition Triggers for Narrative & Dialogue Basis of Self-Confidence The Functions of Pattern Languages
  • 94. Glasses of Recognition Triggers for Narrative & Dialogue Basis of Self-Confidence Pattern Languages Creative Society C CCConsumption Communication Creation Consumptive Society Communication Society Creative Society Discovery media support the creative acts of the people.
  • 95. Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society
  • 96. Get this slides from the slideshare at http://www.slideshare.net/takashiiba/
  • 97. Pattern Languages as Media for the Creative Society Takashi Iba Associate Professor at Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University Ph.D. in Media and Governance iba @ sfc.keio.ac.jp

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