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Everyone Connected

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Managing content and experience in the age of ubiquitous computing.

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Everyone Connected

  1. 1. EVERYONE CONNECTEDManaging Content and Experience inthe Age of Ubiquitous ComputingJonathan Stark
  2. 2. MOBILEIS HUGE
  3. 3. TENFOLD INCREASEin mobile traffic over the next five years
  4. 4. TWENTY FIVE PERCENTof US mobile users almost never use desktop web
  5. 5. FIVE BILLIONmobile broadband subscribers by 2016
  6. 6. LONG TERM EFFECTSpolitics, religion, commerce, education, healthcare, etc...
  7. 7. “Just a few years after the launch ofthe iPhone, it is Game Over for PCs.”- Seth Weintraub, CNN.com
  8. 8. BUT WAIT!there’s more...
  9. 9. MOBILEIS JUST THEBEGINNING
  10. 10. PERIPHERALSextend the power and reach of the phone
  11. 11. CONTINUOUS CLIENTall the time, from anywhere, on anything
  12. 12. AmazonFacebookGoogleNetflix
  13. 13. I/O INNOVATIONwill blur the line between human and machine
  14. 14. REMEMBER WHENDOGS COULDN’T VOTE?
  15. 15. REMEMBER WHENwe thought the [insert cool phone here] was cool?
  16. 16. REMEMBER WHENwe had to plug in our phones to charge them?
  17. 17. REMEMBER WHENphones were made of solid materials?
  18. 18. REMEMBER WHENwe had to carry phones around?
  19. 19. SO... WHAT DO WEDO?
  20. 20. FIRST, SOME TERMS
  21. 21. DATAraw facts, stats, attribution, values
  22. 22. CONTENTperspective, interpretation, or visualization
  23. 23. METADATAdata about content
  24. 24. OBSESS ON CONTENT
  25. 25. STRUCTUREcreate an agnostic container for your content
  26. 26. TOOLSbuild for content management, not web publishing
  27. 27. SEPARATIONdo not pollute content with presentation instructions
  28. 28. SURRENDER EXPERIENCE
  29. 29. YOU HAVE NO IDEAwhere your content will need to go
  30. 30. BE FLEXIBLEavoid choices that might lead to lock-in
  31. 31. ENABLE CONSTITUENTSadopt an API approach to publishing
  32. 32. http://www.seoulstyle.com/images/2.jpg
  33. 33. QUESTIONS?ping me on Twitter: @jonathanstark

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