Notes from (Web 2.0) Revolution

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A short presentation about what anyone building software can learn from the Web 2.0 success stories. Delivered to a group of IT Managers for Codeworks Connect.

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Notes from (Web 2.0) Revolution

  1. 1. Notes from the (Web 2.0) Revolution
  2. 2. Small Parts, Loosely Joined
  3. 3. “The world is changing very fast. Big will not beat small anymore. It will be the fast beating the slow. Rupert Murdoch Small Parts, Loosely Joined
  4. 4. “Youʼre better off doing what youʼre great at and leaving the other stuff to people who are better at it Jason Fried, 37 Signals Small Parts, Loosely Joined
  5. 5. What is the differences between mashups and integration? Small Parts, Loosely Joined
  6. 6. Small Parts, Loosely Joined
  7. 7. Fall Forward Fast
  8. 8. “I think the whole thing got off to a slow start because most major programmes do Patrick OʼConnell, BT Health Fall Forward Fast
  9. 9. “Make many small bets, iterate wildly, back successes, kill failures, fast BBC Web Principles Fall Forward Fast
  10. 10. Fall Forward Fast
  11. 11. To Build 12 years Worth £12.4bn Infrastructure national Users 60 million Prescriptions 325 million Fall Forward Fast
  12. 12. Fall Forward Fast
  13. 13. To Build 3.5 years Worth £7.3bn Infrastructure global Users 49 million Images 1.7 billion Fall Forward Fast
  14. 14. User Centred Projects
  15. 15. Mashup, de-centralisation, non-Web like, user generated content, permission based activity, collaboration, Creative Commons. All put users and not the organisation at the centre of the equation User Centred Projects
  16. 16. While most designers are conscious of the need to design for end-users, they often base their understanding of users on their own experience. User Centred Projects
  17. 17. User-centred design engages with potential users in their own environment. User Centred Projects
  18. 18. flickr.com/photos/fboxer/144182200/ flickr.com/photos/uncut/363136975/ flickr.com/photos/freefoto/1479600701/ flickr.com/photos/dunechaser/104969712/ flickr.com/photos/mmewuji/40990464/ Flickr Credits
  19. 19. Viva la Revolucion!

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