Karen Kaushansky, Device interaction Design, Jawbone

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Karen Kaushansky, Device interaction Design, Jawbone

  1. 1. Device Interaction Design Karen Kaushansky @kjkausha
  2. 2. DEVICES FOR THE MOBILE LIFESTYLE PERSONAL & SHARED PERSONAL & COMMUNITY HEALTH AUDIO LIFESTYLE LIFESTYLE CONNECTED & UPDATEABLE SERVICES PLATFORM
  3. 3. INTERACTION DESIGNWhat is device interaction design? Creating an experience for the device. * Dan Saffer, Designing for interaction
  4. 4. Product management
  5. 5. With fuseproject to create products that are both beautiful and usable
  6. 6. HARDWARE EV DV1 DVX PV PV (Production Validation ) Units are the final, customer ready units built on the designated production line in the selected production facility to validate the production process. DV (Design Validation) Units are in the final (or close to final) design and form factor and are used for validation testing of the product for conformance to design and product specifications EV (Engineering Verification ) Units are engineering samples to verify the functionality of the engineering design. Typically the design and form factor is not finalized.FIRMWARE DV releases PV release GM releaseWork within the hardware cycle to test out and refine the experience ashardware becomes available
  7. 7. With audio engineers to design and create the right audio experience
  8. 8. What will users want to do on the deviceversus on an app?
  9. 9. How will users interact with the device? Buttons, rockers, sliders, touch?
  10. 10. What feedback , if any, will the device to users? What’s the right kind of feedback?
  11. 11. Do we need LEDs? What LED language can we use or create?
  12. 12. When we use audio for feedback, how can we embed meaning into asound so that it means something but isn’t annoying?
  13. 13. Once you put it all together, does it work? Does it make sense to users? How can we make it better?“zombieprom: hey @Jawbone can we teach the young lady in that lives inside my jambox some priorities? Im sleeping, no need to recharge. Quiet time app?”
  14. 14. Thank youkarenk@jawbone.com @kjkausha

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