Project Blue sky -  Intelligent UI <br />(Mish Mash)<br />
Design Driver<br />Insertion of Intelligence in the way we interact with the device.<br />Breaking the linear step wise co...
Current Situation<br />Despite all parallel processing in the device, the actions taken by the user are always linear.<br ...
Usually a task overlaps with the content of two or more apps</li></li></ul><li>Example-1: ScenarioMark searches for the lo...
Example 1: Interaction FlowMarkus searches for the location of a meeting in map<br />Calendar <br />Calendar <br />1<br />...
Example-2: ScenarioMark collaborates with Maria’s friends to organize a birthday party for her. <br />STORY<br />Mark has ...
Example-2: Interaction FlowMark collaborates with Maria’s friends to organize a birthday party for her. <br />Marsh<br />I...
Example-2: Interaction Flow (continued ..)Mark collaborates with Maria’s friends to organize a birthday party for her. <br...
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  • &gt;&gt; As soon as the content is picked, mish mash will appear for the user to access contextual content and apps as per the user’s behavioral pattern.
  • &gt;&gt; As soon as the content is picked, mish mash will appear for the user to access contextual content and apps as per the user’s behavioral pattern.
  • &gt;&gt; As soon as the content is picked, mish mash will appear for the user to access contextual content and apps as per the user’s behavioral pattern.
  • &gt;&gt; As soon as the content is picked, mish mash will appear for the user to access contextual content and apps as per the user’s behavioral pattern.
  • &gt;&gt; As soon as the content is picked, mish mash will appear for the user to access contextual content and apps as per the user’s behavioral pattern.
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    1. 1. Project Blue sky - Intelligent UI <br />(Mish Mash)<br />
    2. 2. Design Driver<br />Insertion of Intelligence in the way we interact with the device.<br />Breaking the linear step wise completion of a task in hand.<br />Making the task more accessible and easily achievable.<br />
    3. 3. Current Situation<br />Despite all parallel processing in the device, the actions taken by the user are always linear.<br /><ul><li>There is no direct way for the user to mix and match content and applications to do what they want.
    4. 4. Usually a task overlaps with the content of two or more apps</li></li></ul><li>Example-1: ScenarioMark searches for the location of a meeting in map<br />STORY<br />Mark opens the organizer<br />He wants to know the location of the meeting<br />He picks the appointment.<br />And drops it on the map.<br />
    5. 5. Example 1: Interaction FlowMarkus searches for the location of a meeting in map<br />Calendar <br />Calendar <br />1<br />2<br />Map<br />Mike<br />Meeting with Mike<br />#989, xyz street, NY <br />3<br />
    6. 6. Example-2: ScenarioMark collaborates with Maria’s friends to organize a birthday party for her. <br />STORY<br />Mark has a friend Maria saved in his contact list. <br />He gets an alert of her birthday.<br />He wants to know where she is.<br />He drops Maria’s contact object on the Map.<br />And see that she is in office<br />Along with her he also finds their common friends on the map.<br />This gives him an idea to organize a party<br />He conferences all available friends<br />They decide to go for lunch to a close by restaurant.<br />For everyone’s convince he sends the venue location to all.<br />
    7. 7. Example-2: Interaction FlowMark collaborates with Maria’s friends to organize a birthday party for her. <br />Marsh<br />It’s Maria’s Birthday<br />It’s Maria’s Birthday<br />Mike<br />Marsh<br />1<br />2<br />He picks the alert and drops it to a map to know her current location <br />Mark gets an alert of Maria’s birthday.<br />Map<br />Map<br />Maria<br />#989, xyz street, NY <br />Maria<br />#989, xyz street, NY <br />Maria<br />Maria<br />Mike<br />Marsh<br />Amy<br />Mike<br />Amy<br />Mike<br />John<br />John<br />3<br />4<br />He picks all common friends available on the map and drops it on the map one by one<br />He finds that she is in office and also finds the common friends on the map.<br />
    8. 8. Example-2: Interaction Flow (continued ..)Mark collaborates with Maria’s friends to organize a birthday party for her. <br />Call<br />Calling Amy ..<br />Map<br />Calendar<br />Video<br />Calling Amy …<br />End <br />5<br />6<br />He goes back to the map app.<br />The call is placed. Now he wants to add more people from the map. SO he goes to the tool bar icon to access application switcher<br />Map<br />Map<br />Maria<br />#989, xyz street, NY <br />Maria<br />#989, xyz street, NY <br />Mike<br />John<br />Amy<br />Mike<br />Amy<br />Mike<br />John<br />1<br />3<br />7<br />8<br />Hence is able to collaborate and do multitask with ease<br />And adds more friends to the conversation by dragging and drop them to the active call icon.<br />
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