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www.hi-project.org / 26th Mar 2015 / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0.
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www.hi-project.org / 26th Mar 2015 / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0.
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www.hi-project.org / 26th Mar 2015 / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0.
The individual’s problem, our opportunity
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The organization’s problem, our opportunity
Organizations view UI as...
www.hi-project.org / 26th Mar 2015 / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0.
The hi:project interfaces cover all manner of services
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We enable organizations to provide services through HI.

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From the 90s
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The hi:project helps address
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The hi:project: empowering you, empowering us, with a more human web

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We pioneer the human interface, the successor to the user interface. We celebrate the human not the user, the individual not the worker, the person not the consumer, helping everyone contribute more value to and derive more value from society and the organizations in their lives.

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The hi:project: empowering you, empowering us, with a more human web

  1. 1. www.hi-project.org / 26th Mar 2015 / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. the hi:project Document owner Philip Sheldrake | me@philipsheldrake.com | +44 7715 488 759 Illustrations by Nic at Karoshikula.
  2. 2. www.hi-project.org / 26th Mar 2015 / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. Lall the time. And whether there’s a plan for it or not, it’s all being squirrelled away. But to become something more useful, we need to rethink that interaction. Yes we invented the UI. Well done. Good job. But what since? The world has moved on but the essence of UI hasn’t. How can we make our interactions more useful, more interesting, more valuable all round? et’s talk about data, how we interact with it and the organizations who collect it. One minute there was hardly any data, but now it’s bubbling up out of everything, everywhere,
  3. 3. www.hi-project.org / 26th Mar 2015 / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. Yneed usability. We need our data to make sense to us. Otherwise we’re left in the dark, unsure of what’s known about us, and uneasy of those who know it. es we need change. Especially in the world of personal data where UIs are tailored to the fictitious ‘everyman’. We need clarity. We Yneed usability. We need our data to make sense to us. Otherwise we’re left in the dark, unsure of what’s known about us, and uneasy of those who know it. es we need change. Especially in the world of personal data where UIs are tailored to the fictitious ‘everyman’. We need clarity. We
  4. 4. www.hi-project.org / 26th Mar 2015 / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. Ainstils doubt. But a UI designed for ‘everyone’ is not so great for anyone. We’re individuals, not averages. To have an interface we can understand demands one that understands us. nd as for those organizations collecting the data, well, this is their problem too. People judge them by the interface. It earns our trust or
  5. 5. www.hi-project.org / 26th Mar 2015 / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. I t’s time to get personal. It’s time for an interface that makes sense to us. One that’s every bit as unique as we are. One that knows us, helps us, talks our language. We call this the Human Interface (or HI between friends). And it works like this …
  6. 6. www.hi-project.org / 26th Mar 2015 / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. F irstly, it gets to know you a little. Nothing creepy, just aligning to your way of thinking. And once it’s familiar, it works with those organizations you do business with to assemble your personal service and personal data into your perfect personalized interface. One that’s neither too this or too that but one that’s just right for you. You may be a visual thinker, a pie chart lover, a list junkie or trend addict. Whatever it is that does it for you, your HI can do. No bother.
  7. 7. www.hi-project.org / 26th Mar 2015 / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. Narranged into broader lifestyle topics, allowing patterns and behaviours to reveal insight and discovery. ext comes context. The service and your data can no longer be seen as a detached compartment of your life but as a facet of a whole that can be
  8. 8. www.hi-project.org / 26th Mar 2015 / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. 50 year old construct fit for 20th Century computing for the pervasive digital environment of the 21st Century up close to the machine up close to the individual designed for an ‘average’ user created uniquely for the individual the organization’s the individual’s the user must fit to the machine fits the products to the individual provides interactive information enables knowledge building degrees of awkwardness ideal, so ‘disappears’ largely static design dynamic, in the moment ‘the interface is the product’ the product is the product
  9. 9. www.hi-project.org / 26th Mar 2015 / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. Sparticipation, trust and loyalty, freeing up their time and money to focus on what they actually do for you. ound good? Of course. Everyone wins. You get the most from your personal service and data and the organizations get to delight you at less cost and with less risk, building
  10. 10. www.hi-project.org / 26th Mar 2015 / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. A So be gone days of the user, welcome back the human. nd because this is an open platform, this love-in will just go on and on and on. Its potential is only limited by the imagination of the community that believes in it.
  11. 11. www.hi-project.org / 26th Mar 2015 / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. UI / UX & HCI more broadly social business & digital transformation digital inclusion & accessibility decentralized architecture vendor relationship management quantified self organised self internet of things education & learning future public relations data protection, privacy & trust
  12. 12. www.hi-project.org / 26th Mar 2015 / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. The individual’s problem, our opportunity Today, people are unsure of and uneasy about the information organizations hold on them, or what sort of monitoring is going on in the background. Clarity and comprehension are thwarted by multiple, inconsistent and too often poor user interfaces, none of which are tailored to our specific digital, numerical, information and visual literacy. And very few adapt to more than a narrow range of disabilities. What’s more, with the advent of the Internet of Things, there are ever increasing things to interface with. And last but by no means least, there’s no way to visualize or contextualize information spanning organizations. It’s as if your life can only be viewed as a collection of brand oriented siloes.
  13. 13. www.hi-project.org / 26th Mar 2015 / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. The organization’s problem, our opportunity Organizations view UI as a costly risk encompassing different devices and different users with different expectations and abilities, yet they must also build brand trust by being more open, more accessible, and more helpful, particularly as trust correlates to customer loyalty and future revenues. They’re wondering how to deploy new technologies without effecting hyper-surveillance. When greater simplicity is offered to organizations today it’s typically accompanied by intermediation – an entity getting between the organization and the people that matter to it, and probably one that puts its own motivations first. EU operations must comply with the General Data Protection Regulation from 2017. The hi:project turns this challenge into an opportunity.
  14. 14. www.hi-project.org / 26th Mar 2015 / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. The hi:project interfaces cover all manner of services constituting the major facets of life. Developed openly and freely in collaboration with anyone who wants to join in, the project can be considered in three parts: Developing the hi:framework The framework details the dynamic of the hi:engine, the personalization data and hi:components available to it, and privacy parameters. Developing the hi:engine The personal software platform that assembles the interface that aspires to be perfectly yours based on your individual needs and preferences, familiarity and proclivities, progressively enhancing and reducing, adapting to device and context. Developing hi:components The materials the hi:engine works with: data and information models; graphical libraries; methods for adapting information appropriate to the topic, the individual and context.
  15. 15. www.hi-project.org / 26th Mar 2015 / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. We enable organizations to provide services through HI. An organization’s established suite of UI is more costly and more risky to maintain than adopting our HI, and switching costs are less than an iteration of their current solution. It’s our dynamic to get this show on the road. National and local government may see similar appeal. Would you like to give customers a far superior experience – one that builds participation, trust and loyalty, and secures market differentiation – with no loss of control, no capital expenditure, reduced risk and lower operating expense? And comply with data protection regulations?
  16. 16. www.hi-project.org / 26th Mar 2015 / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. We’re first, we’re synonymous with this development, and all instances are linked by trademark. Once individuals have experienced one of our trademark HIs we believe they’ll demonstrate a preference for other products and services adopting HI. The individual becomes increasingly invested in their hi:engine’s understanding and servicing of their needs and preferences.
  17. 17. www.hi-project.org / 26th Mar 2015 / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. From the 90s Organizations present websites and apps customers can interact with. There’s limited or zero facility to wield data or personalize the experience and users must like it or lump it. From the 00s Third parties connect users to each other and organizations, centralizing and intermediating relationships. Their UI and policies do not correspond with ours here. As the saying goes, the users are the product. From the 10s HI is simple and powerful – the interface that’s ‘perfectly yours’. The network is decentralized and relationships are disintermediated. Data / info spanning organizations can be visualized and contextualized. Organization Interface Individual Relationship
  18. 18. www.hi-project.org / 26th Mar 2015 / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. The hi:project helps address some of the most pressing challenges facing our use of the Internet and the Web, today and tomorrow. http://hi-project.org/champions CLICK HERE
  19. 19. www.hi-project.org / 26th Mar 2015 / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. Open and voluntary We are open to all persons willing to volunteer and accept the responsibilities of membership. Sociocratic We are member-governed based on consent-based decision making and decentralized autonomy. Participation Members contribute value knowing the value derived by the organization and society more widely will be maximised when we all contribute more together. Autonomy and independence By members for members, end of. Transparent All information is open and public, excepting respect for individuals’ security and privacy. Learning and education Information and knowledge is most valuable when made open and accessible to all. Co-operation We seek to work with others who subscribe to similar values and principles. Community We care for humanity and environmental sustainability; the two are inseparable. Due respect to the Rochdale Principles.
  20. 20. www.hi-project.org / 26th Mar 2015 / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. We cherish unity of purpose but not unity of thought; consensus best follows dissensus. Our members hold dear the values of self-help, self- responsibility, democracy, equality, equity, honesty, openness, social responsibility and caring for others.
  21. 21. www.hi-project.org / 26th Mar 2015 / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. Document owner Philip Sheldrake | me@philipsheldrake.com | +44 7715 488 759 Illustrations by Nic at Karoshikula. Supported by: www.webscience.org www.linaro.org
  22. 22. www.hi-project.org / 26th Mar 2015 / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0. Visit www.hi-project.org Join the project Tell your friends Participate Change the world Join the consortium

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