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Smart World Stories Are The New Design Stories


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How do we link Human Experiences to systems of engagement, (IA Architectures, Data APIs)? Supporting “curating, ripping and sharing” between humans and machines? And support a world where humans cannot escape the consequences of their actions? and how do we design for tomorrow’s “creative native generation” that creates what they want (3D printing)?

In this session Designer Luis Rodriguez will share ways to see beyond today’s design stories made up of context, system, usability and visual design components. Lead your cross-functional team to go beyond building desirable and usable to connected and purposeful products and services by fitting them into digital and physical ecosystems that put emphasis in connectivity and purposeful design.

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Smart World Stories Are The New Design Stories

  1. 1. Smart World Stories Are The New Design Stories
  2. 2. How have we created desirable products?
  3. 3. message culture meaning photo credit:
  4. 4. How have we made our products useful?
  5. 5. Over Glamorize photo credit:
  6. 6. Who really is the user (s)? audience(s)?
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  9. 9. How do we avoid design fiction?
  10. 10. problem reason success photo credit: http:/
  11. 11. What is it going to take to create desirable products in a smart world?
  12. 12. techno-utopianism photo credit
  13. 13. Expensive Sustainable
  14. 14. “EVERYTHING” has a Unique URL
  15. 15. What can we learn from documentary filmmakers?
  16. 16. Usefulness Experience Value
  17. 17. How are “millennials” curating content?
  18. 18. trending reviewing
  19. 19. How are “millennials” ripping content?
  20. 20. crowdsourcing apps
  21. 21. How are “millennials” sharing content?
  22. 22. -- Khamal Dhillon "As soon as something is released into the public realm, it is considered "shared," and if I am able to share with one friend, what makes it wrong for me to share with many?"
  23. 23. What can interactions between humans and machines look like?
  24. 24. Machines Humans great at accuracy and processing speed perception, pattern recognition, abstract thinking
  25. 25. e.g. intentcasting wsj&
  26. 26. How can we create value from data?
  27. 27. analytics into actions
  28. 28. What are the new systems of engagement for human experiences?
  29. 29. -- “Facebook likes and posts, web browsing and search history, location signal, Instagrams, supermarket loyalty card, credit card and Square and PayPal purchases, Amazon clickstream, Fitbit output”
  30. 30. frictionless & anonymous photo credit:
  31. 31. What can new Information Architectures look like?
  32. 32. interconnectedness
  33. 33. interconnectedness purpose
  34. 34. e.g. snapchat
  35. 35. Why and how can we embrace APIs?
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  37. 37. How do we fit our products or services into digital and physical ecosystems?
  38. 38. technium personal intuitive small UIs
  39. 39. How can we put emphasis on connectivity?
  40. 40. control everything with a smartphone
  41. 41. What can we learn from the interconnectedness found in the natural world?
  42. 42. energy transfer
  43. 43. What design thinking lessons can we extract from the natural world?
  44. 44. adaptable & holistic
  45. 45. How does the natural world fine tune itself?
  46. 46. Innovation through disruption
  47. 47. How does the natural world use complexity? symmetry? beauty?
  49. 49. How do we engage human consciousness in a smart world?
  50. 50. -- “A part of a dynamic global network infrastructure with self- configuring capabilities based on open and interoperable communication protocols where physical and virtual ‘Things’ interact with each other”. These ‘Things’ have specific identities, physical attributes, virtual ‘personalities’ and use intelligent interfaces. They are able to interact and communicate among themselves and with the environment by exchanging data and information ‘sensed’ about the environment, while reacting autonomously to the ‘real/physical world’ events and influencing it by running processes that trigger actions and create services with or without our direct intervention.”
  51. 51. How can we use timing in experience design?
  52. 52. notifications wearables
  53. 53. What do User Interfaces look like in smart world?
  54. 54. NUIs VUIs OUIs
  55. 55. What can we learn from the electronics industry? makers? puppeteers?
  56. 56. government programs “DIY” build something out of nothing
  57. 57. What are the new tools to build interconnected experiences?
  58. 58. Internet enable with code Web UI or Data Acquisition Systems List of platforms
  59. 59. How do we account for energy efficiency?
  60. 60. Standby power
  61. 61. What responsibility do designers have when designing experiences in which humans cannot escape the consequences of their actions?
  62. 62. help users make informed decisions
  63. 63. How is 3D printing changing everything we know about design and the creative process?
  64. 64. audience creates their own story
  65. 65. How do we embrace 3D printing?
  66. 66. design hacking photo credit:
  67. 67. What does tomorrow’s creative generation look like?
  68. 68. -- President Barack Obama “These videos show how students are imagining the future— classrooms that are fully accessible to classmates with disabilities; individualized learning platforms that you can carry around in your pocket. And that’s the kind of creativity and imagination we want all our young people to embrace. We cannot wait to see more of that innovative spirit later this year when we host our first-ever White House Maker Faire. We already have a White House Science Fair. This new event is going to highlight how Americans young and old—tinkerers and inventors—are imagining and designing and building tools and machines that will open our minds and power our economy.”
  69. 69. #IMADETHIS
  70. 70. How do we adapt our cross-functional teams to succeed in a smart world?
  71. 71. build on Lean Product Development
  72. 72. What format can smart world stories have?
  73. 73. understand to maximise our ability to design
  74. 74. How do we keep our work relevant and achieve timelessness?
  75. 75. Design Principles hacks user needs photo credit:
  76. 76. How do we move beyond issue tracking?
  77. 77. “Build stuff”
  78. 78. Embrace Interconnectedness early in the design process
  79. 79. Thank You! Questions & Contact: Luis Daniel Rodriguez @uxcodeline