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The Invisible Interface

Designing the Screenless Experience
@xgmedia
Microsoft Envisioning Lab 2009
Productivity Future Vision (2009)
Microsoft Envisioning Lab 2011
Productivity Future Vision (2011)
Microsoft Envisioning Lab 2015
THE INTERNET OF SCREENS
IOS
01. Walk up to my door
02. Pull out my smartphone
03. Wake-up my smartphone
04. Unlock my phone
05. Exit my last opened ap...
Screen-based thinking
The Era of Invisible Design
Mark Weiser (1952 - 1999) 

Director of research at Xerox PARC
The most profound technologies are those
that disappear. Th...
THE EXPERIENCE BECOMES THE PRODUCT
The Era of Invisible Design
August – Smart Lock
August – Smart Lock
6am
Syncs with your alarm to gently wake you up naturally,
like the sunrise. The right light tobget you going.
1pm
When everyone is out to lunch, Alba turns off the lights automatically. 

Color temperature can be optimized for produ...
6pm
Alba helps set the right lighting so you can better enjoy family
time.
Midnight
Alba will gently light your way at night. Just enough to find your way
while letting everyone else sleep.
Alba has embedded sensors that allow it to intelligently respond to the surrounding
world.
Perfect Light Level
With integr...
DEVICE INTERACTION
The Internet of Experience
CubeSensors – Improving indoor living.
Cone, the thinking music player.
Turn to play
Ask for something
Play something different
BeoSound Moment - Wireless sound system
Dialog is a concept designed to help people with
epilepsy gain a deeper understanding of their condition
and make better d...
Haptic Feedback
Draws attention to the screen
for medication reminders.
Double Tap
Allows the patient to mark the
start of a big or small aura.
Small Gesture
Allows the patient to
indicate her mood.
Big Grasp
Calls 911 when the patient
is experiencing a seizure
Fin: Wearable Ring Make your Palm
as Numeric Keypad and Gesture
Interface
Google Project Soli is developing a new interaction sensor using radar technology. 

The sensor can track sub-millimeter m...
Project Soli
Amazon Dash Button: Place it. Press it. Get it.
Amazon microphone
HUMAN BEHAVIOR AS AN INTERFACE
The Internet of Experience
The cubes change color from
green to orange to finally red as
you keep drinking beyond the
safety limit. If things get out...
+
A multi-device ecosystem
DISPLAYING INFORMATION
The Internet of Experience
Pull
Users choose
content in real
time based on
personal choices
Push
Provides direct
filtered content to
users based on
preferences.
Estimote Beacons

A small, wireless device, sometimes also called a ‘mote’. When placed in a
physical space, it broadcasts...
A $1 Billion Project To Remake The Disney World Experience, Using
RFID
Ambient
Seamless interaction with
least demand on our
attention.
The Ambient Orb is a frosted-glass ball that glows different
colors to display real time stock market trends, traffic
cong...
Ambient Umbrella


When rain, drizzle, snow or thunderstorms
are forecasted, the handle glows to
indicate the necessity of an umbrella.
The l...
Tempescope
BluFit - The Smart Water Bottle
Proverbial Wallet
Ambient Furniture
The Era of Invisible Design
Designing with Sensors
Thank you ☺





Avi Itzkovitch

www.UXSalon.com
@xgmedia
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016
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As product designers we are now challenged to design interactions for physical objects; beyond designing for the touch screen, we are now designing for the experience, and the experience becomes the product.

But what are these experiences look like? And how will UX play a key role in the Internet of Things?

The Invisible Interface: Designing the Screenless Experience - by Avi Itzkovitch | UX Riga 2016

  1. 1. #UXRiga 
 The Invisible Interface
 Designing the Screenless Experience @xgmedia
  2. 2. Microsoft Envisioning Lab 2009
  3. 3. Productivity Future Vision (2009)
  4. 4. Microsoft Envisioning Lab 2011
  5. 5. Productivity Future Vision (2011)
  6. 6. Microsoft Envisioning Lab 2015
  7. 7. THE INTERNET OF SCREENS IOS
  8. 8. 01. Walk up to my door 02. Pull out my smartphone 03. Wake-up my smartphone 04. Unlock my phone 05. Exit my last opened app 06. Exit my last open group 07. Search for the app 08. Tap the app icon 09. Wait for the app to load 10. Tap to unlock my door 11. I open the door I want to open my door
  9. 9. Screen-based thinking
  10. 10. The Era of Invisible Design
  11. 11. Mark Weiser (1952 - 1999) 
 Director of research at Xerox PARC The most profound technologies are those that disappear. They weave themselves into the fabric of everyday life until they are indistinguishable from it. “ Ubiquitous Computing
  12. 12. THE EXPERIENCE BECOMES THE PRODUCT The Era of Invisible Design
  13. 13. August – Smart Lock
  14. 14. August – Smart Lock
  15. 15. 6am Syncs with your alarm to gently wake you up naturally, like the sunrise. The right light tobget you going.
  16. 16. 1pm When everyone is out to lunch, Alba turns off the lights automatically. 
 Color temperature can be optimized for productivity.
  17. 17. 6pm Alba helps set the right lighting so you can better enjoy family time.
  18. 18. Midnight Alba will gently light your way at night. Just enough to find your way while letting everyone else sleep.
  19. 19. Alba has embedded sensors that allow it to intelligently respond to the surrounding world. Perfect Light Level With integrated sensors, Alba is always able to maintain perfect lighting levels without wasting any light Color Temperature Alba seamlessly adjusts from cool whites to warm- yellow tones to suit the situation Motion Sensing On when you’re there, off when you’re not – never worry about touching a switch again Intuitive Learning Our system works straight out of the box and learns from your inputs
  20. 20. DEVICE INTERACTION The Internet of Experience
  21. 21. CubeSensors – Improving indoor living.
  22. 22. Cone, the thinking music player.
  23. 23. Turn to play
  24. 24. Ask for something
  25. 25. Play something different
  26. 26. BeoSound Moment - Wireless sound system
  27. 27. Dialog is a concept designed to help people with epilepsy gain a deeper understanding of their condition and make better decisions about their care.
  28. 28. Haptic Feedback Draws attention to the screen for medication reminders.
  29. 29. Double Tap Allows the patient to mark the start of a big or small aura.
  30. 30. Small Gesture Allows the patient to indicate her mood.
  31. 31. Big Grasp Calls 911 when the patient is experiencing a seizure
  32. 32. Fin: Wearable Ring Make your Palm as Numeric Keypad and Gesture Interface
  33. 33. Google Project Soli is developing a new interaction sensor using radar technology. 
 The sensor can track sub-millimeter motions at high speed and accuracy. It fits onto a chip, can be produced at scale and built into small devices and everyday objects.
  34. 34. Project Soli
  35. 35. Amazon Dash Button: Place it. Press it. Get it.
  36. 36. Amazon microphone
  37. 37. HUMAN BEHAVIOR AS AN INTERFACE The Internet of Experience
  38. 38. The cubes change color from green to orange to finally red as you keep drinking beyond the safety limit. If things get out of control, the cubes send a text to your close friend using your smartphone.
  39. 39. + A multi-device ecosystem
  40. 40. DISPLAYING INFORMATION The Internet of Experience
  41. 41. Pull Users choose content in real time based on personal choices
  42. 42. Push Provides direct filtered content to users based on preferences.
  43. 43. Estimote Beacons
 A small, wireless device, sometimes also called a ‘mote’. When placed in a physical space, it broadcasts tiny radio signals around itself.
  44. 44. A $1 Billion Project To Remake The Disney World Experience, Using RFID
  45. 45. Ambient Seamless interaction with least demand on our attention.
  46. 46. The Ambient Orb is a frosted-glass ball that glows different colors to display real time stock market trends, traffic congestion, pollen forecasts, or any other Ambient information channel: weather, windspeed, pollen, and more.
  47. 47. Ambient Umbrella 

  48. 48. When rain, drizzle, snow or thunderstorms are forecasted, the handle glows to indicate the necessity of an umbrella. The light pattern changes depending on the severity of the forecasted conditions.
  49. 49. Tempescope
  50. 50. BluFit - The Smart Water Bottle
  51. 51. Proverbial Wallet
  52. 52. Ambient Furniture
  53. 53. The Era of Invisible Design
  54. 54. Designing with Sensors
  55. 55. Thank you ☺
 
 
 Avi Itzkovitch
 www.UXSalon.com @xgmedia
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