From Scott Jenson’s Talk
The Internet of things, should not be a set of rules
There will be a range of devices and each will
have something to tell us in a just in time
interaction model, or interactivity on demand.
Thinking in terms of applications will pull us back.
They are not available right away like web pages; they
need to be downloaded and they do not scale.
A bus stop application where users have to open the
application and turn on GPS for the application to know
where they are, versus the bus stop having a URL that
already knows where it is.
Just in Time Ecosystem
What if everything has a URL...
By loosing applications, we can start to think small
about very specific information and functionality.
Surrounding devices respond using a proximity DNS.
The web is pushed into the physical space.
Discovery -> Ranking -> Interacting on demand.
This will create a just in time ecosystem.
Instant interaction: walk up and use.
No applications to install, manage and delete.
New Design Layer
Design focused on scenarios, logic and flow
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Pillars of Designing for Things
New Design Layers
Same old Usability Principles
Short lived Standards and Guidelines
Deep understanding of Technology