A digital conversation about building
the next generation of the Web
13 June 2014
Increasing rates of change
1476
1832
1887
1920s 1960s
1990
2007
1997
2010
1992
1971/3
1986
1989
2000
1994
1995
2004
And increasing numbers of devices
Yet adaption is falling behind adoption
7 years on and we still have not fully grasped the mobile challenge.
45% of the UK...
Yet adaption is falling behind adoption
7 years on and we still have not fully grasped the mobile challenge.
Designers and...
We haven’t seen anything yet!
If we found mobile challenging, then how will we cope with the
challenges presented by the I...
So what’s getting in the way?
There is an increasing appetite and enthusiasm for dramatically
enhanced multi-channel exper...
It has been said that
culture applies the breaks
on technological progress.
But culture is becoming
increasingly comfortable
with new technologies
Digital proponents who once
saw themselves as
disruptive, are now at risk of
falling victim to disruption.
Every aspect of what we do is in flux
PHYSICAL LAYER
OPERATING SYSTEM
DATABASES
SOFTWARE/PROGRAMMING
DATA
MIDDLEWARE/API
C...
Every aspect of what we do is in flux
PHYSICAL LAYER
OPERATING SYSTEM
DATABASES
SOFTWARE/PROGRAMMING
DATA
MIDDLEWARE/API
C...
Some new ways of thinking have already
become established
And some common themes are emerging
Even seeping into mainstream business
“To adapt, companies must operate
not as machines but as learning
organisms, purpose...
But where do we go from here?
Andrew Larking
Amir Chaudhry
Becky Stewart
Adam Sefton
A Digital Conversation: Building the next generation of the Web
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The first of three Reading Room presentations at June's Digital Conversation Meetup.
Simon Nash introduces the evening;

Change is afoot! Every digital discipline from technical architecture and programming to interface design and customer experience is experiencing a rapid evolution. Tools and techniques we've grown accustomed to are being challenged by new ideas and approaches that are better suited to new contexts brought about by emerging advances like the Internet of Things, cloud based services and big data.

The digital industry took several years to fully get to grips with mobile and even now many organisations have yet to successfully adapt their strategies to the multi-channel web. This next evolution of the web promises to be even more profound but are we prepared to be more agile this time around? We think it's time to have a digital conversation about the next generation of the web, what it looks like, what are the emergent trends and how should we, as developers, designers, strategists, marketers and digital managers respond?

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A Digital Conversation: Building the next generation of the Web

  1. 1. A digital conversation about building the next generation of the Web 13 June 2014
  2. 2. Increasing rates of change 1476 1832 1887 1920s 1960s 1990 2007 1997 2010 1992 1971/3 1986 1989 2000 1994 1995 2004
  3. 3. And increasing numbers of devices
  4. 4. Yet adaption is falling behind adoption 7 years on and we still have not fully grasped the mobile challenge. 45% of the UK's largest print media titles still don’t offer content suited to mobile phones
  5. 5. Yet adaption is falling behind adoption 7 years on and we still have not fully grasped the mobile challenge. Designers and developers are still arguing about adaptive VS responsive.
  6. 6. We haven’t seen anything yet! If we found mobile challenging, then how will we cope with the challenges presented by the Internet of Things?
  7. 7. So what’s getting in the way? There is an increasing appetite and enthusiasm for dramatically enhanced multi-channel experiences but the primary obstacle for progress is what lies under the hood and behind the scenes. • Established culture and practice • Known methodologies and languages • Separation of otherwise complimentary disciplines and teams • Legacy systems architecture and technologies • Entrenched suppliers and software providers
  8. 8. It has been said that culture applies the breaks on technological progress.
  9. 9. But culture is becoming increasingly comfortable with new technologies
  10. 10. Digital proponents who once saw themselves as disruptive, are now at risk of falling victim to disruption.
  11. 11. Every aspect of what we do is in flux PHYSICAL LAYER OPERATING SYSTEM DATABASES SOFTWARE/PROGRAMMING DATA MIDDLEWARE/API CONTENT DEVICES AND APPLICATIONS EXPERIENCE PROTOCOL LAYER
  12. 12. Every aspect of what we do is in flux PHYSICAL LAYER OPERATING SYSTEM DATABASES SOFTWARE/PROGRAMMING DATA MIDDLEWARE/API CONTENT DEVICES AND APPLICATIONS EXPERIENCE PROTOCOL LAYER Knowledge and skills Management and decision making Long range planning
  13. 13. Some new ways of thinking have already become established
  14. 14. And some common themes are emerging
  15. 15. Even seeping into mainstream business “To adapt, companies must operate not as machines but as learning organisms, purposefully interacting with their environment and continuously improving, based on experiments and feedback.” David Gray, The Connected Company
  16. 16. But where do we go from here? Andrew Larking Amir Chaudhry Becky Stewart Adam Sefton

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