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  • 1. CULTURE OF SHARING: CONTEXT PRESENTATIONAMINA PATTON JOSH DILLARD WHITNEY PRIDE
  • 2. Family w/in a Family ONE TO MANY ONE TO ONE MANY TO MANY (PERSON TO COMMUNITY)(PERSON-TO-PERSON) (COMMUNAL) Maker- Maker Govt - People Buyer- Seller Family-Family Host-Guest Renter-Renter Provider-Renter Provider-Renter Provider-Distrubutor Landlord-Tenant Inquirer-Expert Teacher-Student Expert-Expert Expert-Novice Novice-Novice
  • 3. Family w/in a Family ONE TO MANY ONE TO ONE MANY TO MANY (PERSON TO COMMUNITY) (PERSON-TO-PERSON) (COMMUNAL) Musicians Maker- Maker Govt - People Buyer Buyer- Seller Politicians College Student Family-Family Host Guest Host-Guest Parents Single Young Adults Renters Renter-Renter (infants) Donor Provider-Renter Transplants Parents Farmers Provider-Renter (Toddlers) Spouses Cultivators Provider-Distrubutor Refugee Parents (Empty-Nesters) Renters Landlord-Tenant Protector Experts Inquirer-Expert Students Teachers Teacher-StudentOrganizer Instructor Expert-Expert Contributor Connessiuer Expert-Novice Facilitor Mediator Collectors Novice-Novice Commentator Fanatic Intruder Troll
  • 4. Family w/in a Family ONE TO MANY ONE TO ONE MANY TO MANY (PERSON TO COMMUNITY) (PERSON-TO-PERSON) (COMMUNAL) Musicians Maker- Maker team(s) members recieving something you cant afford Govt - People (dis)trust in politcal authority being responsible for your actions Buyer Buyer- Seller Politicians money conscious sell something that you no longer have use for Family-Family College Student people who value family willing to trust Host Guest Host-Guest carpooling buy something for a lower price Parents people who value paternship the need to belong identify save money on gas Single Young Adults Renters Renter-Renter zipsters renting idle equipment to upgrade (infants) story of building surrogate family location story of connecting to new communities Provider-Renter renting transportation renting space for flexibility Donor Transplants Parents protection renting to conserve energy ease around strangers Farmers Provider-Renter (Toddlers) curiousity renting to alleviate responsiblity story of rating your service Spouses difficulty in face-to-face interactions Provider-Distrubutor renting idle equipment Social willing to share private information Cultivators recieve an item you have use for Refugee Parents story of unexpected relationships (Empty-Nesters) meet new people willingness to be broadcast tweeter communication subscriber Renters Landlord-Tenant renting space for added security story of saving alot of money Protector tagging “following” redditors Inquirer-Expert renting a spare room renting to get side income renting space to meet new people willingness to be vulnerable Experts story of making new friends tweeting friending upvoting Students Teachers Teacher-Student teach to spread knowledge hashtag trending topicsOrganizer handcuffing Instructor Expert-Expert ability to communicate your wealth of knowledge “swappers” Contributor Connessiuer Expert-Novice teach to in order to share responsiblity/ labor relative standard of monetary value TL;DR Facilitor Novice-Novice “folllowing the rules” Mediator Collectors story of gaining unintentional knowledge cleanliness story of trying new experiences Commentator selfless to an end Fanatic fair exchange value of mutual benefits Intruder Troll
  • 5. Internal External Color Buttons Hairstyles Dialect Iconography Tokens Tattoo Gesture Family w/in a Family Logos Trinkets Call/response ONE TO MANY Brand Bumper Stickers Vernacular ONE TO ONE MANY TO MANY (PERSON TO COMMUNITY) (PERSON-TO-PERSON) Brand Loyalty Jewelry (COMMUNAL) Glasses Patches Keychains Musicians Maker- Maker team(s) members recieving something you cant afford Govt - People (dis)trust in politcal authority being responsible for your actions Buyer Buyer- Seller Politicians money conscious sell something that you no longer have use for Family-Family College Student people who value family willing to trust Host Guest Host-Guest carpooling buy something for a lower price Parents people who value paternship the need to belong identify save money on gas Single Young Adults Renters Renter-Renter zipsters renting idle equipment to upgrade (infants) story of building surrogate family location story of connecting to new communities Provider-Renter renting transportation renting space for flexibility Donor Transplants Parents protection renting to conserve energy ease around strangers Farmers Provider-Renter (Toddlers) curiousity renting to alleviate responsiblity story of rating your service Spouses difficulty in face-to-face interactions Provider-Distrubutor renting idle equipment Social willing to share private information Cultivators recieve an item you have use for Refugee Parents story of unexpected relationships (Empty-Nesters) meet new people willingness to be broadcast tweeter communication subscriber Renters Landlord-Tenant renting space for added security story of saving alot of money Protector tagging “following” redditors Inquirer-Expert renting a spare room renting to get side income renting space to meet new people willingness to be vulnerable Experts story of making new friends tweeting friending upvoting Students Teachers Teacher-Student teach to spread knowledge hashtag trending topicsOrganizer handcuffing Instructor Expert-Expert ability to communicate your wealth of knowledge “swappers” Contributor Connessiuer Expert-Novice teach to in order to share responsiblity/ labor relative standard of monetary value TL;DR Facilitor Novice-Novice “folllowing the rules” Mediator Collectors story of gaining unintentional knowledge cleanliness story of trying new experiences Commentator selfless to an end Fanatic fair exchange value of mutual benefits Intruder Troll
  • 6. AMOUNTS/ REDESIGN STOCKS RELATIVE FEEDBACK LOOP/ CHANGING THE RULES INFORMATION FLOWS CRITICAL NODES SELF-ORGANIZATION PARADIGM SHIFT QUANTITIES STRUCTURE TO FLOW REDUCE DELAYS OF THE SYSTEM Designing affordances of convenience Design maintains familiarity to enable continued Designing an accessible system that accommodates Designing a system which will passively and/or Designing a comprehendible, often visual, information Utilizing information about key stakeholders Designing the system to align with current cultural norms Designing an open system to empower individuals to be Designing a system aligned with user desires/values/needs to and money savings for consumers and providers usage, trust and/or loyalty while repositioning exchanges of product/services and facilitates relationships actively learn more about the user; allows user-generated hierarchy that simplifies complex communication and relationships within a system in order and values through branding and/or services provided. active participants and assume defined or implied roles ensure motivated continued action that produces a desirable a brand to being more sustainable system evaluation to adapt content to design previously unforeseen experiences effect that is mutually beneficial and sustainable Energy Efficient iPod Evolution Low Flow Plastic Bottles Bioplastic Hybrid Vehicles Bixi Bike Netflix Queue AirBnB Angie’s List Amazon Suggestion Pandora Thumbs Target Pill Bottles iTunes Coverflow Food Pyramid Obama Campaign Zipcar Nike+ Best Buy Computer Online Banking Card Staples Ink Cartridge IKEA Nike Shoe Creator Apple Forum Brainwash Inconvenient Truth BrightNeighbor Lightbulbs Shower Head Trash Bags Sharing Programs Instant Stream System Up/Down System Navigation Redesign to Youth Voters Recycling Model Incentive Program Recycling Program $ Rx Changed the physical Moved from a device Changed the physical Changed material and Switched to 100% Allows you to consume Provided a stylish Provided easy access Facilities transactions Allows consumers to Using the shoppers Easy convenient tool that Created a clear Allows for easy visual Contextualizing the food Understanding a group Creating and building a Understanding the social Changing the companys Using new service that Builds ongoing Allows consumer to Repositions consumer Consumers use their More sustainable use of Using visualization of Facilitates larger structure of the that only played music structure of shower head structure that resulted biodegradable materials less natural resources product with use to in demand between potential guests rate their service, giving search and buying will remove dislikes songs typographic hierarchy to read of music library requirements to a familiar of untapped people, brand around a sense and individual image from provider of rewards consumers relationship with customize their as designer who is in expertise and loyalty to water and energy as a data with personal community initiatives by lightbulb to files to one where you to conserve more water, a in using less plastic but maintained (gas) and emit less toxins a convenient and thrifty product while also and hosts that a more the power of reputation behavior with the from your radio station ensure ease of use and through album covers, image and situation to youth voters, and of community and competitive aspects of products, to a provider for their spending consumers who are paid furniture based on their control and takes the brand to help each side effect of using narrative and pressing connecting involved accommodate new could do a huge shared resource, resulting and incorporating familiar form into the environment alternative mode allowing for personal than booking building to the people system to make and find songs similar to less error in pill taking mimicking shopping make it easier to connecting with their identity with running and its of a service that address while benefitting the to recycle their cartridges, needs and have the ownership on their other solve software additional amenities to information that affects stakeholders from technologies resulting in number of things such in lower water bills biodegradable material of transportation service personalization, a hotel suggestions from ones you like from a shelf understand and spirit and method of terminology like zipster connection to music in a growing concern bank with money from and grows the potential satisfaction of building shoe, while also problems and make make visiting the all of us now to inspire officials to neighbors less energy consumption as surf the web and to replace parts in cities feedback, and their stock implement communication and the use of order to build a overdraft fees due to for spending on other it themselves allowing consumers to suggestions for laudromat more action and change through social tools that check email of plastic convenience conversational and community and relation spending encouragement products in the store due comment on each improvements of the desirable than doing it perceptions promote a social, inclusive language to other industries from rewards to loyalty/trust of a others creations products at home alone. collaborative lifestyle to company with the benefit of all environmental concerns TRENDS DIY Redefinition of DIY DIY DIY DIY Redefinition Redefinition Redefinition Increase in Value of Value through Identity by Interest Decline in Decline in Redefinition Redefinition Identity by Interest Me to We Shift Value through DIY DIY DIY DIY Redefinition of Redefinition Redefinition SOCIAL Movement Social Interaction Movement Movement Movement Movement of Success of Ownership of Community Reputation Capital Accumulation Health Literacy Health Literacy of Community of Ownership Accumulation Movement Movement Movement Movement Social Interaction of Community of Community Affordability Affordability Affordability Affordability Sustainability Desirability and Accessibility Accessibility Accessibility Accessibility Sustainability Desirability and Information Overload Increased Speed of Desirability and Accessibility Affordability Mobility Sustainability Convenience Desirability and Accessibility Personalization Credibility Accessibility Accessibility AccessibilityTECHNOLOGICAL Responsibility Responsibility Information Exchange Responsibility Responsibility Decline Decline Decline Ethical Shopping Ethical Shopping Ethical Shopping Decline Decline Increased Ethical Shopping Globalization Budget Cuts Increased Budget cuts Widespread Effect Decline of Dollar Globalization Increased Crowdsourcing Crowdsourcing Crowdsourcing Decline of Dollar Budget Cuts Diversified Workforce ECONOMICAL of Dollar of Dollar of Dollar of Dollar of Dollar Entrepreneurship of Markets Online Shopping of Recession of Markets Online Shopping Conservationism Corporate Domination Conservationism Environmentalism Environmentalism Environmentalism Increased Access Demand for Environmentalism Healthcare Debate Healthcare Debate Distrust of Environmentalism Healthcare Debate Demand for Environmentalism Demand for Corporate Dominance Combative Discourse Conservationism Distrust of Increased Access POLITICAL to Information Increased Transparency Political Authority Increased Transparency Increased Transparency Political Authority to Information GEOGRAPHIC Cycle of Urban Sprawl Cycle of Urban Sprawl Cycle of Urban Sprawl Expanding Landfills Expanding Landfills Cycle of Urban Sprawl Cycle of Urban Sprawl Expanding Landfills Cycle of Urban Sprawl Displacement Cycle of Urban Sprawl Large Aging Population Upcoming Large Aging Population Large Aging Population Large Aging Population Large Aging Population Large Aging Population Upcoming Upcoming Transplants Upcoming Transplants DEMOGRAPHIC Digital Natives Digital Natives Digital Natives Digital Natives
  • 7. RELEVANT TRENDSSOCIAL DIY MOVEMENT REDEFINITIONS OF: SOCIAL INTERACTION, SUCCESS, OWNERSHIP, COMMUNITY ME TO WE SHIFT SURROGATE FAMILIES ISOLATIONIST BEHAVIOR INCREASED VALUE OF REPUTATION CAPITAL TECHNOLOGICAL ACCESSIBILITY AFFORDABILITY PERSONALIZATION MOBILITY MULTI-TASKING SUSTAINABILITY SPEED OF INFORMATION EXCHANGE INFORMATION OVERLOAD GEO-TAGGING CREDITIBILITY VALIDITY DESIRABILITY & RESPONSIBILITY CONVENIENCE DIVERSE OPPORTUNITIESECONOMIC DECLINE OF DOLLAR WIDESPREAD RECESSION EFFECT DIVERSIFIED WORKFORCE GLOBALIZATION OF MARKETS CROWDSOURCING BUDGET CUTS INCREASED ENTREPRENEURSHIP INCREASED ONLINE SHOPPING ETHICAL SHOPPINGPOLITICAL ENVIRONMENTALISM CONSERVATIONISM DISTRUST OF POLITICAL AUTHORITY COMBATIVE DISCOURSE GREATER POLITICAL AWARENESS INCREASED ACCESS TO INFORMATION CRISIS TRIGGERED AGENCY DEMAND FOR INCREASED TRANSPARENCY CORPORATE DOMINANCE HEALTHCARE DEBATEGEOGRAPHIC CYCLE OF URBAN SPRAWL DISPLACEMENT EXPANDING LANDFILLS NATURAL DISASTERS BORDER CONTROL ISSUES GENTRIFICATIONDEMOGRAPHIC LARGE AGING POPULATION UPCOMING DIGITAL NATIVES TRANSPLANTS HAVING KIDS AT LATER AGE
  • 8. RELEVANT TRENDS MOST RECURRENTSOCIAL DIY MOVEMENT DIY MOVEMENT REDEFINITIONS OF: SOCIAL INTERACTION, SUCCESS, OWNERSHIP, COMMUNITY ME TO WE SHIFT SURROGATE FAMILIES ISOLATIONIST BEHAVIOR INCREASED VALUE OF REPUTATION CAPITAL Around the world, people are making things themselves in order to save money, to customizeTECHNOLOGICAL ACCESSIBILITY AFFORDABILITY to suit their exact needs and interests, goods PERSONALIZATION MOBILITY MULTI-TASKING SUSTAINABILITY and to feel less dependent on the corporations SPEED OF INFORMATION EXCHANGE INFORMATION OVERLOAD GEO-TAGGING CREDITIBILITY VALIDITY that manufacture and distribute most of the DESIRABILITY & RESPONSIBILITY CONVENIENCE DIVERSE OPPORTUNITIES products and media we consume. On top of theseECONOMIC practical and political motivations is the pleasure DECLINE OF DOLLAR WIDESPREAD RECESSION EFFECT DIVERSIFIED WORKFORCE GLOBALIZATION OF MARKETS CROWDSOURCING BUDGET CUTS comes fromENTREPRENEURSHIPidea, making ONLINE SHOPPING that INCREASED developing an INCREASED it ETHICAL SHOPPING physically real, and sharing it with other people.POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTALISM CONSERVATIONISM DISTRUST OF POLITICAL AUTHORITY COMBATIVE DISCOURSE Ellen Lupton, Design it Yourself GREATER POLITICAL AWARENESS INCREASED ACCESS TO INFORMATION CRISIS TRIGGERED AGENCY DEMAND FOR INCREASED TRANSPARENCY CORPORATE DOMINANCE HEALTHCARE DEBATEGEOGRAPHIC CYCLE OF URBAN SPRAWL DISPLACEMENT EXPANDING LANDFILLS NATURAL DISASTERS BORDER CONTROL ISSUES GENTRIFICATIONDEMOGRAPHIC LARGE AGING POPULATION UPCOMING DIGITAL NATIVES TRANSPLANTS HAVING KIDS AT LATER AGE
  • 9. RELEVANT TRENDS MOST RECURRENTSOCIAL DIY MOVEMENT DIY MOVEMENT REDEFINITIONS OF: SOCIAL INTERACTION, SUCCESS, OWNERSHIP, COMMUNITY ME TO WE SHIFT SURROGATE FAMILIES ISOLATIONIST BEHAVIOR INCREASED VALUE OF REPUTATION CAPITAL TECHNOLOGICAL ACCESSIBILITYAFFORDABILITY ACCESSIBILITY PERSONALIZATION MOBILITY MULTI-TASKING SUSTAINABILITY SPEED OF INFORMATION EXCHANGE INFORMATION OVERLOAD GEO-TAGGING CREDITIBILITY VALIDITY DESIRABILITY & RESPONSIBILITY CONVENIENCE DIVERSE 3.27 DOWNLOAD SPEED OPPORTUNITIES to MBPS 5.92 MBPS in 2008 in 2010ECONOMIC DECLINE OF DOLLAR WIDESPREAD RECESSION EFFECT DIVERSIFIED WORKFORCE GLOBALIZATION OF MARKETS CROWDSOURCING BROADBAND QUALITY IMPROVED BY BUDGET CUTS INCREASED ENTREPRENEURSHIP 50%IN 3 YRS INCREASED ONLINE SHOPPING ETHICAL SHOPPING As a result of the higher speeds and greater access,POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTALISM CONSERVATIONISM 48 countries, now OF POLITICALnecessary requirements DISTRUST meet the AUTHORITY COMBATIVE DISCOURSE GREATER POLITICAL AWARENESS INCREASED ACCESS TO INFORMATION CRISIS TRIGGERED AGENCY to tap into the major services available on the DEMAND FOR INCREASED TRANSPARENCY CORPORATE DOMINANCE HEALTHCARE DEBATE Internet today, including social networking, low-definition video streaming, basic video-GEOGRAPHIC CYCLE OF URBAN SPRAWL DISPLACEMENT EXPANDING LANDFILLS NATURAL DISASTERS conferencing, small file sharing, instant messaging, BORDER CONTROL ISSUES GENTRIFICATION e-mail, and Web browsing.DEMOGRAPHIC LARGE AGING POPULATION UPCOMING DIGITAL Study by Oxford Said Business School 2010 NATIVES TRANSPLANTS HAVING KIDS AT LATER AGE
  • 10. RELEVANT TRENDS MOST RECURRENTSOCIAL DIY MOVEMENT DIY MOVEMENT REDEFINITIONS OF: SOCIAL INTERACTION, SUCCESS, OWNERSHIP, COMMUNITY ME TO WE SHIFT SURROGATE FAMILIES ISOLATIONIST BEHAVIOR INCREASED VALUE OF REPUTATION CAPITAL TECHNOLOGICAL ACCESSIBILITYAFFORDABILITY ACCESSIBILITY PERSONALIZATION MOBILITY MULTI-TASKING SUSTAINABILITY SPEED OF INFORMATION EXCHANGE INFORMATION OVERLOAD GEO-TAGGING CREDITIBILITY VALIDITY DESIRABILITY & RESPONSIBILITY CONVENIENCE DIVERSE OPPORTUNITIESECONOMIC DECLINE OF DOLLAR RECESSION EFFECT DECLINE OF DOLLAR WIDESPREAD DIVERSIFIED WORKFORCE GLOBALIZATION OF MARKETS CROWDSOURCING BUDGET CUTS INCREASED ENTREPRENEURSHIP INCREASED ONLINE SHOPPING If a shopper were magically transported from the ETHICAL SHOPPING year 1900 to 2010, the $100 that he had in his wallet in 1900 POLITICAL AUTHORITY the purchasing DISTRUST OF would now have COMBATIVE DISCOURSE POLITICAL ENVIRONMENTALISM CONSERVATIONISM power of only $3.64! $10,000CRISIS TRIGGERED AGENCY would have the GREATER POLITICAL AWARENESS INCREASED ACCESS TO INFORMATION purchasing power only $364 today. DEBATE DEMAND FOR INCREASED TRANSPARENCY CORPORATE DOMINANCE HEALTHCAREGEOGRAPHIC That’s a 96.4% decrease in buying power. CYCLE OF URBAN SPRAWL DISPLACEMENT EXPANDING LANDFILLS NATURAL DISASTERS BORDER CONTROL ISSUES GENTRIFICATIONDEMOGRAPHIC LARGE AGING POPULATION UPCOMING DIGITAL NATIVES TRANSPLANTS HAVING KIDS AT LATER AGE
  • 11. RELEVANT TRENDS MOST RECURRENTSOCIAL DIY MOVEMENT DIY MOVEMENT REDEFINITIONS OF: SOCIAL INTERACTION, SUCCESS, OWNERSHIP, COMMUNITY ME TO WE SHIFT SURROGATE FAMILIES ISOLATIONIST BEHAVIOR INCREASED VALUE OF REPUTATION CAPITAL TECHNOLOGICAL ACCESSIBILITYAFFORDABILITY ACCESSIBILITY PERSONALIZATION MOBILITY MULTI-TASKING SUSTAINABILITY SPEED OF INFORMATION EXCHANGE INFORMATION OVERLOAD GEO-TAGGING CREDITIBILITY VALIDITY DESIRABILITY & RESPONSIBILITY CONVENIENCE DIVERSE OPPORTUNITIESECONOMIC DECLINE OF DOLLAR RECESSION EFFECT DECLINE OF DOLLAR WIDESPREAD DIVERSIFIED WORKFORCE GLOBALIZATION OF MARKETS CROWDSOURCING BUDGET CUTS INCREASED ENTREPRENEURSHIP INCREASED ONLINE SHOPPING ETHICAL SHOPPING Post-environmental movement [2000s] argues thePOLITICAL ENVIRONMENTALISM ENVIRONMENTALISM CONSERVATIONISM DISTRUST OF POLITICAL AUTHORITY COMBATIVE DISCOURSE GREATER POLITICAL AWARENESS INCREASED ACCESS TO INFORMATION species faces in the ecological crises the human CRISIS TRIGGERED AGENCY 21stCORPORATEare qualitatively different from the DEMAND FOR INCREASED TRANSPARENCY century DOMINANCE HEALTHCARE DEBATE problems the environmental movement was createdGEOGRAPHIC CYCLE OF URBAN SPRAWL DISPLACEMENT address in LANDFILLS NATURAL DISASTERS to EXPANDING the 1960s and 1970s. Climate change BORDER CONTROL ISSUES GENTRIFICATION habitat destruction, they argue, are global, more and complex, and demand far deeper transformations of the economy, the culture and political life.DEMOGRAPHIC LARGE AGING POPULATION UPCOMING DIGITAL NATIVES TRANSPLANTS HAVING KIDS AT LATER AGE
  • 12. RELEVANT TRENDS MOST RECURRENTSOCIAL DIY MOVEMENT DIY MOVEMENT REDEFINITIONS OF: SOCIAL INTERACTION, SUCCESS, OWNERSHIP, COMMUNITY ME TO WE SHIFT SURROGATE FAMILIES ISOLATIONIST BEHAVIOR INCREASED VALUE OF REPUTATION CAPITAL TECHNOLOGICAL ACCESSIBILITYAFFORDABILITY ACCESSIBILITY PERSONALIZATION MOBILITY MULTI-TASKING SUSTAINABILITY SPEED OF INFORMATION EXCHANGE INFORMATION OVERLOAD GEO-TAGGING CREDITIBILITY VALIDITY DESIRABILITY & RESPONSIBILITY CONVENIENCE DIVERSE OPPORTUNITIES Between 1982 and 1997 America convertedECONOMIC DECLINE OF DOLLAR DECLINE OF DOLLAR WIDESPREAD RECESSION EFFECT DIVERSIFIED WORKFORCE GLOBALIZATION OF MARKETS approximately 25 million acres [39,000 square CROWDSOURCING BUDGET CUTS INCREASED ENTREPRENEURSHIP INCREASED ONLINE SHOPPING ETHICAL SHOPPING miles] of rural land — forests, rangeland, pastures, cropland, and wetlands — to developed land: thatPOLITICAL ENVIRONMENTALISM ENVIRONMENTALISM CONSERVATIONISM DISTRUST OF POLITICAL AUTHORITY factories,DISCOURSE is, sub-divisions, freeways, COMBATIVE strip malls, GREATER POLITICAL AWARENESS INCREASEDairports, and the like. ACCESS TO INFORMATION CRISIS TRIGGERED AGENCY DEMAND FOR INCREASED TRANSPARENCY CORPORATE DOMINANCE HEALTHCARE DEBATE Over a 20-year period [1970-1990], the 100 largestGEOGRAPHIC CYCLE OF URBAN SPRAWL CYCLE OF URBAN SPRAWL DISPLACEMENT EXPANDING LANDFILLS NATURAL DISASTERS Urbanized Areas in the United States sprawled out BORDER CONTROL ISSUES GENTRIFICATION over an additional 14,545 square miles.DEMOGRAPHIC LARGE AGING POPULATION UPCOMING DIGITAL NATIVES TRANSPLANTS HAVING KIDS AT LATER AGE
  • 13. RELEVANT TRENDS MOST RECURRENTSOCIAL DIY MOVEMENT DIY MOVEMENT REDEFINITIONS OF: SOCIAL INTERACTION, SUCCESS, OWNERSHIP, COMMUNITY ME TO WE SHIFT SURROGATE FAMILIES ISOLATIONIST BEHAVIOR INCREASED VALUE OF REPUTATION CAPITAL TECHNOLOGICAL ACCESSIBILITYAFFORDABILITY ACCESSIBILITY PERSONALIZATION MOBILITY MULTI-TASKING SUSTAINABILITY SPEED OF INFORMATION EXCHANGE INFORMATION OVERLOAD GEO-TAGGING CREDITIBILITY VALIDITY DESIRABILITY & RESPONSIBILITY CONVENIENCE DIVERSE OPPORTUNITIESECONOMIC DECLINE OF DOLLAR RECESSION EFFECT DECLINE OF DOLLAR WIDESPREAD DIVERSIFIED WORKFORCE GLOBALIZATION OF MARKETS CROWDSOURCING BUDGET CUTS INCREASED ENTREPRENEURSHIP INCREASED ONLINE SHOPPING ETHICAL SHOPPING US Census 2010: Senior population increasingPOLITICAL ENVIRONMENTALISM ENVIRONMENTALISM CONSERVATIONISM DISTRUST OF POLITICAL AUTHORITY COMBATIVE DISCOURSE faster than younger populations, raising the GREATER POLITICAL AWARENESS INCREASED ACCESS TO INFORMATION CRISIS TRIGGERED AGENCY DEMAND FOR INCREASED TRANSPARENCY nation’s median age from 35.3 in 2000 to 37.2 CORPORATE DOMINANCE HEALTHCARE DEBATE in 2010, with seven states having a median age of 40 or older. Continuing its dramatic rise, lifeGEOGRAPHIC CYCLE OF URBANURBAN DISPLACEMENT EXPANDING LANDFILLS NATURAL DISASTERS CYCLE OF SPRAWL SPRAWL BORDER CONTROL ISSUES GENTRIFICATION expectancy increased 1.4 years from 76.5 in 1997 to 77.9 in 2007. Today, a newborn infant can expect to live for 78.3 years.DEMOGRAPHIC LARGE AGING POPULATIONSDIGITAL NATIVES LARGE AGING POPULATION UPCOMING TRANSPLANTS HAVING KIDS AT LATER AGE
  • 14. CONCLUSIONSLoose relationships need furtherexplanation to define a communityin context.Most systems involve multiple [ifnot all] leverage points and inorder to place it in just one of theleverage points, you have to picka very specific part of the systemto analyze.Social and Technological trendsseem to be the more important/influential factors involved in theemerging culture of sharing and inthe examples that we discussed.
  • 15. CONCLUSIONS LIMITATIONSLoose relationships need further The frequency/hierarchy of ourexplanation to define a community trends was dependent on thein context. examples that we chose. Since we only chose 3 examples forMost systems involve multiple [if each, it might not be an exactnot all] leverage points and in representation of the importanceorder to place it in just one of the of every trend in the world, butleverage points, you have to pick merely a representation thata very specific part of the system reflects our observations fromto analyze. the trends that we chose.Social and Technological trends While this is a limitation, weseem to be the more important/ still believe the conclusions weinfluential factors involved in the had were valid because we wereemerging culture of sharing and in able to find meta-level themesthe examples that we discussed. across all the examples we came up with.
  • 16. CONCLUSIONS LIMITATIONS QUESTIONSLoose relationships need further The frequency/hierarchy of our GETTING SPECIFIC:explanation to define a community trends was dependent on the Which context & community toin context. examples that we chose. Since identify particular behaviors? we only chose 3 examples forMost systems involve multiple [if each, it might not be an exact DESIGNERS AND TRENDS:not all] leverage points and in representation of the importance How do trends discussed affectorder to place it in just one of the of every trend in the world, but designers and their decisions?leverage points, you have to pick merely a representation thata very specific part of the system reflects our observations from MULTIPLE POINTS AT A TIME:to analyze. the trends that we chose. How do/could we concurrently address different leverageSocial and Technological trends While this is a limitation, we points when considering designseem to be the more important/ still believe the conclusions we changes within a system?influential factors involved in the had were valid because we wereemerging culture of sharing and in able to find meta-level themesthe examples that we discussed. across all the examples we came up with.