The Web, the Future, and Us


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ALL THESE MOMENTS WILL BE LOST IN TIME the web, the future, and us Sally Jenkinson, (R)evolution, 25.09.2015 @sjenkinson | [email protected]


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Sally Jenkinson Digital solutions architect & consultant Records Sound the Same Ltd [email protected] | @sjenkinson


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DESIGNER! DEVELOPER DEVELOPER, MANAGER DEVELOPER, MANAGER, ARCHITECT MANAGER, ARCHITECT, SALES, CONSULTANT


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DISCOVERY REQUIREMENTS PROCESS IMPROVEMENTS SOLUTIONS RECOMMENDATION & ARCHITECTURE CONSULTANCY TECHNICAL STRATEGY


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THE INTERNET OF 2021


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youtube.com/watch?v=8p0jmewhXeU


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youtube.com/watch?v=8p0jmewhXeU


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WHAT CHALLENGES DOES THE FUTURE BRING?


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2015.dconstruct.org


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I worked on a project for SSEaaaaaaaa, , looking at digital solution architect , so that we could do some digital and something for the next 5 to 10 years.


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What we plan now may not be relevant in the future


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Our project


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Our users Our business Our project Technology Wildcards


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Keeping up vs getting ahead


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Technical debt


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‘Digital transformation’


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The needs of tomorrow vs
 the realities of today


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The wrong decisions, or adopting too soon


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Keeping up as individuals


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THE FUTURE IS HARD!


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THE FUTURE FROM THE PAST


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“ Short of figuring out real teleportation, which would of course be awesome (someone please do this), the only option for super fast travel is to build a tube over or under the ground that contains a special environment. ! This is where things get tricky. teslamotors.com/blog/hyperloop


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TELLING STORIES


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a work kit useful for parceling ideas into their atomic elements


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“ We’ve seen repeatedly that if an interface works for an audience, there’s something there that will work for users. ! Finding what that thing is and using it for inspiration in our own work is part of how we can use these speculative interfaces. Make It So


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nesta.org.uk • Imagining Technology • Better Made Up - The Mutual Influence of Science Fiction and Innovation • Don’t Stop Thinking About Tomorrow: A modest defence of futurology • Quantitative Analysis of Technology Futures


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morning.computer/2015/05/the-future-is-a-confidence-trick


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USING FUTURE THINKING


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Better consider our users’ changing needs. Identify opportunities. Aid prioritisation. Define what the product is and what it will be. More robust decisions understand limitations and benefits of choices. React quickly/better to change by embracing evolution. Make more exciting things!


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THE FUTURE & OUR WORK


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User interfaces & interactions Feature-based components & integrations Core digital platform components Core back-end systems


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User interfaces & interactions Feature-based components & integrations Core digital platform components Core back-end systems


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Submit doStuff()


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User interfaces & interactions Feature-based components & integrations Core digital platform components Core back-end systems


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User interfaces & interactions Feature-based components & integrations Core digital platform components Core back-end systems


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User interfaces & interactions Feature-based components & integrations Core digital platform components Core back-end systems


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A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO THE FUTURE


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Discovery & planning Content first Separate content from display Usage patterns, interactions, behaviour Small to large Embrace wider trends Create a set of high level principles for the future Prioritisation Learn from the past Problems now & of the future gist.github.com/greywillfade/366394a1bef07afe27f5 Don’t be bound by form Backlog & roadmap


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Example principles


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Discovery & planning Content first Separate content from display Usage patterns, interactions, behaviour Small to large Embrace wider trends Create a set of high level principles for the future Prioritisation Learn from the past Problems now & of the future gist.github.com/greywillfade/366394a1bef07afe27f5 Don’t be bound by form Backlog & roadmap


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A good science fiction story should be able to predict not the automobile but the traffic jam ! - Frederik Pohl


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Doing Embrace automation Embrace web standards, semantics, open formats Allocate time to improve the past and the future Document decisions Responsive design & progressive enhancement Stories and design thinking (workshops) Track & manage change Lifespan of project components Prototype & test Think atomically Create incrementally, release often Separation, modularity, looselycoupled architectures and services gist.github.com/greywillfade/366394a1bef07afe27f5


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Evolving Share your experiences Better digital preservation Specs & upcoming technologies Use your data Play more Watch more sci-fi! gist.github.com/greywillfade/366394a1bef07afe27f5


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CUP OF TEA?


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THANK YOU. @sjenkinson | [email protected] | recordssoundthesame.com ! ! ! flickr.com/photos/oflittleinterest/8171299893/ flickr.com/photos/s-t-r-a-n-g-e/8292748067 flickr.com/photos/randar/16862053922/ flickr.com/photos/jiazi/1061447777/ flickr.com/photos/foam/9248390752/ shop.nearfuturelaboratory.com flickr.com/photos/orinrobertjohn/3461149713/ Warren Ellis by http://www.ellenrogers.co.uk/ flickr.com/photos/tessenwee/2594817260/


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