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  • I’m Snehal Patel, engineering lead for Fridge and this is Andrew Shults, one of our engineers Fridge is instant groups to share photos, messages, and events with friendsI want to talk to you about how people engage with each other, and what brings them together.  That something is called: Social Context.
  • Like the Fridge you had growing up at home where your family posted photos, notes and lists for everyone
  • As collect students, you know this one well. How many times have you had this happen to you? Embarrassing photos like this that I have no recollection of!
  • The second type of relationships are based around specific share experiences and esoteric interests like a Star wars fan club,hackNY, or bar crawls.
  • Relationships that Inhabit a shared period of time like events large one time events like weddings, group vacations or a conference much like this one or series of events like a class at UniversityInteractions happenBefore the event (planning, coordinating)During the event (messages, announcements)After the event (sharing of media, stories, networking)“Pop up social networks”
  • As well as location.  With mobile phones being more and more connected we are forming relationships that inhabit a shared physical spaceLibraryCoffee shopRestaurantHotelConnecting with others who share the space who are immediately around you, 5 minutes before, or after, or even 5 days before or after. “Pop up social networks”
  • Fridge allows you to connect with your friends the way you do in real life. Share specific things with the right people. Your group can be as small as a group of college buddies or as large as a wedding. When you want to share out to facebook, we can do that too.
  • However today’s social media tools don’t always enable people to engage with each other the way they do IRL. As more and more people’s offline and online interactions blend together this puts the emphasis on the social context of these interactionsSo the question is How do you create experiences around Social Context?Social context is really broken down into three main types of relationships
  • However today’s social media tools don’t always enable people to engage with each other the way they do IRL. As more and more people’s offline and online interactions blend together this puts the emphasis on the social context of these interactionsSo the question is How do you create experiences around Social Context?Social context is really broken down into three main types of relationships
  • However today’s social media tools don’t always enable people to engage with each other the way they do IRL. As more and more people’s offline and online interactions blend together this puts the emphasis on the social context of these interactionsSo the question is How do you create experiences around Social Context?Social context is really broken down into three main types of relationships
  • However today’s social media tools don’t always enable people to engage with each other the way they do IRL. As more and more people’s offline and online interactions blend together this puts the emphasis on the social context of these interactionsSo the question is How do you create experiences around Social Context?Social context is really broken down into three main types of relationships
  • Thank you
  • Hackny

    1. 1. Snehal Patel<br />@snehal77<br />snehal@frid.ge<br />Andrew Shults<br />@andrewjshults<br />andrew@frid.ge<br />
    2. 2. Simple groups to share photos, messages and events<br />
    3. 3. The Fridge<br />Keeping Your Friends Fresher!<br />“Leigh has tagged a photo of you on Facebook!!!<br />Private<br />
    4. 4. The Fridge<br />Keeping Your Friends Fresher!<br />Specific Interests<br />
    5. 5. The Fridge<br />Keeping Your Friends Fresher!<br />Events<br />
    6. 6. v<br />Keeping Your Friends Fresher!<br />Location<br />
    7. 7. The Fridge<br />Keeping Your Friends Fresher!<br />Allows you to interact with your friends the way you do in real life.<br />Share specific things with the right people and we give you CONTROL. <br />When you want to share specific content out to FB/Twitter, we can do that too. <br />
    8. 8. The Fridge<br />Keeping Your Friends Fresher!<br />API <br />http://developer.frid.ge/docs/hackny<br /><ul><li>Released in beta for hackNY
    9. 9. RESTful and JSON
    10. 10. OAuth2
    11. 11. Create Fridge account, Register for API key and receive email with credentials</li></li></ul><li>The Fridge<br />Keeping Your Friends Fresher!<br />Methods<br /><ul><li> Login
    12. 12. Create Group
    13. 13. Invite friends via email
    14. 14. Post messages, photos
    15. 15. Post hearts and comments
    16. 16. Notifications automatically processed for group members and invited members</li></li></ul><li>The Fridge<br />Keeping Your Friends Fresher!<br />Ideas<br /><ul><li> Fridge + DropBox</li></ul>-- Easily share files with a select group of friends<br /><ul><li> Fridge + Aviary</li></ul>-- Edit photos through Aviary and post them back to a group. <br />
    17. 17. The Fridge<br />Keeping Your Friends Fresher!<br />
    18. 18. http://frid.ge/hackny<br />http://developer.frid.ge/docs/hackny<br />Snehal Patel<br />@snehal77<br />snehal@frid.ge<br />Andrew Shults<br />@andrewjshults<br />andrew@frid.ge<br />

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