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  • 1.! frammenti storici di mobile Ux & mobile services strategies massimo pettitigloBrain, innovation management Lugano, Ux Conference3 dicembre, 2009

2. the market mobile content market (*):2002: 253 M 2007: 1.188 M (+15% in previous two years)2005 -> 2007on-deck offer: 57 % -> 42% off-deck offer: 43 % -> 53% (*) from: Mobile Content-school of Management-Politecnico di Milano 2 3. the strategy- year 2000 the walled garden approach of the first wap portals: telcos make customers browse their mobile portal external content provider mainly internal portal navigation omnitel2000, wap portal, 3Q19993 4. mobile sites in 2003/4, with 3G bandwith opportunities and easiest capabilities to integrate services in their network, telcos began to move from content providers/a.s.p., to mobile sites model: more intelligence from the network less cost to develop a service more speed to integrate in their portfolio offer 4 5. i-mode services example in europemobile sites model was in some way close to ntt-docomo i mode service build your own i-mode sitebouygue telecom, 5summer 2003 6. mobile web & telco players-summer 2004mobile portal paradygmrich/media contentcontent/service providerintegration 6 i.tim, summer 2004 7. mobile web & telco players-summer 2004 mobile portal paradygm rich/media content content/service provider integration umts and gprs mobile portal vodafone italy, summer 20047 8. telcos & interaction design: a newchallange... (mobile portal design) BenchmarkingExpert walkthrough New UI Guidelines Products redesignNew PortalUsability testingsmobile portal paradygm rich/media content content/service provider integration 3italy, summer 20048 9. mobile content & 3G: lesson learned mobile contents:less premium or sole rightcontent, and more from premiumthe net (people), as marketgrowsUGC20002004 2008 t 9 10. google, apple and out of industry players - who pays whom, to be in my mobile screen? - do big net players have to pay telcos or vice- versa? - but at the end to they really need telcos? the bit-pipe nightmare, or: who owns the customer? 10 11. mobile social software easy use of of native apps. (camera, gps, ...) new paradygm in ui and service/ device interaction technology is here, but hidden!11 12. mobile 2.0 room for independent companies to develop apps and create multidelivery platform, entering mobile value chain, even leveraging u.g.c., to easily develop and sell to the long tail.mobc3 suite, 4Q 2008 12 13. a different business model appbreeder: 4Q2010"Build one App for all Platforms: iPhone, Blackberry, Android"Target iPhone, BlackBerry, Android, simply by pulishing an AppBreeder App. 100% native code: - you get access to GPS, Camera, In-App Purchasing and other native features - your App can be distrubuted & sold throught the App Store This can be done both for Consumer and Corporate market to mobilize business process and create mob apps/mobile presence for different industry players.13 14. new social & economic trends for new servicespeople must be involved in creating services in new media paradigm.a partecipative customer can become more and more a layer of a new value chain for a telco.including people in the value chain of companies and in the company value asset: this is one of the key to face the big revolution with a total new mindset. a great capital in social connections13 15. mobile: what future? embrace the new paradyme could be a possibility for a telco: to drive a strong crowdsourcing with customers, build an open-platform for service creation (sce), and with the intelligence of the net be as smart as you can. 14 16. massimo.pettiti@gloBrain.it15!