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Re-orientating UX Design for the Internet of ThingsSXSW 2014 Submission . Alfred Lui
How will UX Design change if a single user experience is spread across 5, 10, 20 devices around the user, and most of devices don’t even belong to him?
Internet of Things will trigger the 4th protocolary change in computing
Every time a protocolary change happen, Design as a discipline experience tectonic shifts.
This talk will present case studies and tools to address topics in the following 4 areas.
Proportions DataIdentity Services
As information flow beyond screens and onto information appliances, wearables and sensors, UX designs will be about Proportions.
How can we tune the amount of information to match the user’s attention?
As everything becomes smart and always observing us in our environments, understanding Identity will be the key in gaining and retaining users’ loyalty.
How much personal information is enough to make an ecosystem ‘smart’? How much is too much?
As user experience shifts from discrete sessions to distributed moments throughout the day, UX design will mean designing Services that flow across digital and physical surfaces.
What makes a multi-touchpoint service successful?
As more and more contents are generated by sensors, Data will become a new material that designers will need to learn to work with.
What are the capabilities and limitations of designing with data?
In SXSW Interactive 2013, I gave a talk about “Why Designers Should Care About Measuring Success”: slidesha.re/13UkDBd
Since then, I've been focusing on designing for the Internet of Things. In February 2013, I founded the San Francisco Internet of Things Meetup to build a community around this topic.
After growing the community to 600+ members, inviting IoT leaders around the world to speak in our events and interviewing many people who are building the Internet of Things...
I want to share what I discovered with You and start investigating what designing for the Internet of Things will mean to all of us.
I look forward to seeing you in Austin. Thank you for your considerations!
Designer of Digital Service & Internet of ThingsFounder & Organizer of San Francisco Internet of Things Meetup (@SFIoTMeetup)