HCID 2014: Designing Out The Screen. Steve Taylor, The Alloy.
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This talk is about how, as Designers, can we move beyond the need to design a screen into everything and embrace physical interactions? Now computing is becoming ever more ubiquitous & entwined into our lives, surely an acceptable solution isn't to cover our world in icons & screens. There is an emerging trend of beautifully crafted products that are becoming the face of complex systems, yet they have no screen at all and still provide a rich suite of interactions that are easily accessible by the user. What tools are available to us as Interaction Designer’s to give us the courage to step away from our wireframes & start designing beautiful, engaging physical interactions?
Transcript of HCID 2014: Designing Out The Screen. Steve Taylor, The Alloy.
- Designing out[side] the screen Steve Taylor The Alloy || Principal Interaction Designer firstname.lastname@example.org @funkadeelia
- Why Why should we think about design outside the screen? How can we do this with tools that are available? What examples (good and bad) are out there? What How Designing out[side] the screen
- Why does it all revolve around the screen?
- Image courtesy of 20px.com
- Now we struggle do anything without a screen... 75% of people admit to using their smartphone whilst using the toilet!! Research carried out by wtop.com
- Interaction Design is... The design of everything that is both digital and interactive Photo from dot3x / https://www.flickr.com/photos/dotx3/4758268844//
- Design of products, systems & services [tools] that help people through addressing human needs Photo from Human/Need/Desire. Bruce Nauman, 1983
- As more & more products become connected we are in danger of forcing screens into everything...
- Arent we already drowning in touch screens & icons?Photo from AP Photo / Manu Fernandez
- Our experiences are formed through stimulating a combination of our 5 senses
- This is one sense... What about the others?
- Sounds of the Sea // Heston Blumenthal Photo from luxworldwide.com Our brains light up when 2 or more senses are stimulated simultaneously
- Stimulating the same sense differently, affects our perception of the experience Bernard Lahousse Food Pairing Food = Interaction https://vimeo.com/86171854
- digital touch vs physical touch context of use drives method of interaction
- How can we (IxDs) start to think outside the screen & design sense rich interactions?
- What if we remove the screen?
- What if we remove the screen?
- What examples of designing out the screen can we reference?
- Image from Nissan Motor Company
- Reference patentbolt.com Samsung Controls
- UX / Digital Designer? Industrial Designer? Who is responsible for designing these interactions?
- UX / Digital Designer? Industrial Designer? Interaction Designer? Who is responsible for designing these interactions?
- How do we do this?
- Collaboration across the design process
- Collaboration across the design process Industrial Designer Interaction Designer User Research Concept Development Prototyping Specification
- Fuse Project An investigation into improving the smartphone experience
- Context of use drives method of interaction
- How can we enable users to, single-handedly, control services on the device without obscuring content on screen Defining the challenge...
- Interact outside the screen
- Prototyping the experience
- Delivering the physical experience
- Experience prototyping tools
- Why use these tools?
- Explore Context of use Tangible inputs / outputs Stimulating different senses With industrial designersPhysical design constraints Materials & textures Understand Communicate Why use these tools?
- Why What How Summary Why should we think about design outside the screen? How can we do this with tools that are readily available? What examples (good and bad) are out there?
- Service Digital Physical Conclusion
- Thank you. Steve Taylor The Alloy || Principal Interaction Designer email@example.com @funkadeelia