Last updated on 5 October 2017
The ideas and technology behind ubiquitous computing and the IoT are changing our world, little by little. Moving forward, we need to make sure we’re providing things to people that have meaningful value. It’s quite simple, though…
Be meaningful by satisfying people’s needs.
We can furthermore use behavioral science to guide people towards better choices and storytelling to engage them emotionally.
Sketchnotes & Slides
Click here to see the slides on SlideShare. What’s your take on this topic? Do you have any example of meaningless or meaningful innovation in the Internet of Things?
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