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A1ll (Everest) UX Blueprint
Sony Mobile
2014-12-05
Status: [Draft]
CONFIDENTIAL
The content of this document is the property of Sony Mobile Communications AB and may not be communicated to any other party,
in any form, without the prior written consent of Sony Mobile Communications AB.

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  • Page 1 Sony Mobile 2014-12-05 Status: [Draft] CONFIDENTIAL The content of this document is the property of Sony Mobile Communications AB and may not be communicated to any other party, in any form, without the prior written consent of Sony Mobile Communications AB.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Disconnect and reconnect Background 10 Power ON A1ll Constant values & Abbreviations Product brief 10.1 Power ON A1ll for the first time or after factory data reset Prioritized use cases 10.2 Power ON A1ll when already bonded Hardware requirements 10.3...
  • Page 3 3 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 17 Alarm 17.1 Xperia alarm and Smart wake up 17.2 Alarm vibration and LED patterns 18 Incoming call 19 Notifications 19.1 General notification 19.2 Low battery notification 20 Charging battery TBD!! 20.1 Charging battery 20.2 Turning off when running out of battery 21 Xperia at hand features 21.1...
  • Page 4: Document Status

    Document status 4 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 Responsible persons About this document Status The Product aims to work with Android phones that support Draft the 4.0 Bluetooth low energy standard. Concept Lead Approved by UXC Development Johan Helgertz/Peter Johansson Document author: Integrated User Experience Design...
  • Page 5: Introduction Background

    The UI of the Lifelog app and Host app are defined in separate having to do anything. blueprints. Designed for life • As A1ll is designed to be worn all the time it has to be unintrusive, comfortable and durable Know the best of you • 24/7 activity tracking •...
  • Page 6: Constant Values & Abbreviations

    Pressed for more than 5000-10 000 ms Very very long press Pressed for more than 10 000 ms Device The device that A1ll connects with (mobile phone or tablet) Double click press Max. 500 ms between the release of a short press and the down of the next short press.
  • Page 7: Product Brief

    ASW201 ASW200 ASW124 4) To use it together with external apps A1ll is an activity bracelet that is meant to be worn all the time. As a whole the purpose of the product and Lifelog app is to support users in becoming more Users should be able to control or interact with external apps through e.g.
  • Page 8: Prioritized Use Cases

    AS A: user I WANT TO: be able to log the following activities automatically using my accessory - steps, running, walking, sleep, swimming, standing, sitting, stairs, elevator. Being transported by AS A: user I WANT TO: control selected functionality from A1ll by tapping. E.g. car, train, bike, airplane can be detected by the phone/cloud (partly Lifelog req).
  • Page 9: Hardware Requirements

    Hardware requirements 9 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 ASW255 ASW198 ASW195 ASW159 ASW108 ASW025 ASW006 • One hardware button • Accelerometer • BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) • NFC (Near Field Communication) • Built-in battery • Memory • Vibrator • 3 RGB LEDs •...
  • Page 10: Interactions Overview

    If in OFF mode long press the key or use Short press to view if A1II is turned on and connected. If it is connected NFC to turn on A1ll. When turned on all the connected animation is seen in cyan. If it is not connected the three LEDs are lit in the white start up connected animation is seen in white.
  • Page 11: Interactions (cont.)

    NFC touch to turn on, pair and connect NFC touch to open AHA interactions 4.2.1 Turn on A1ll, pair and connect 4.2.2 Open AHA NFC touch in off mode/no AHA: Guide the user to AHA on Google NFC touch phone when connected to open AHA.
  • Page 12: Incoming Events Overview

    Incoming events Overview 12 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 Incoming events Event Incoming call (short press or Smart wake up/alarm (short long press) press and long press) interactions 5.1.1 Silence incoming call 5.1.2 Snooze and dismiss Smart Wake up alarm Vibration and all LEDs blinking in white continuously Vibration and all LEDs blinking in white continuously indicate indicate incoming call.
  • Page 13: Incoming Events (cont.)

    RGB light. When battery is warning will be given at least fully charged the same LED is once before running out of green instead. A1ll is turned battery, but will not be given in off during charging. “do not disturb” mode. The red LED continues to blink every 6 second for up to 5 minutes.
  • Page 14: Incoming Events Do Not Disturb Mode

    14 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 Incoming events Do Not Disturb mode ASW208 ASW207 ASW206 Don Not Disturb mode (DND) A1II can be set in Do Not Disturb mode from AHA. DND can be scheduled and should work even if A1II is disconnected. In DND are all notifications turned off except for smart wake up xperia...
  • Page 15: Gesture Interactions - Example Of Partner Possibilities

    Show yourself to others Bracelet users can select to turn on a social state that allows contact/info exchange between users that also are A1ll users. The “show yourself to others” setting is turned on in AHA and can be triggered when doing a certain gesture.
  • Page 16: Detailed Interaction And Event States

    Detailed interaction and event states 16 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 LED sequence key interactions ASW019 Mode Power off Idle Remote mode App mode Notification Incoming call Alarm/Smart wake up View status (turned on/connected). Exit remote mode, go to previous View status for connected Stop blinking Silence ring signal...
  • Page 17: Vibration Feedback

    17 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 Vibration feedback ASW210 ASW028 ASW027 TYPE ORIGIN NAME VIBRATION COMMENT System Power ON/OFF Single vibration 500 ms 500 ms System Factory data reset Three short vibrations, then one longer 500 ms 500 ms 100 ms System Forgot phone warning...
  • Page 18: State Diagram Normal Mode

    18 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 State diagram normal mode ASW227 Auto power off if not bonded after 5 min 7.3.1 State diagram normal mode Long press or NFC Notification and incoming call alerts in normal mode. battery warning and automatic HR(V) not included in the Not bonded BONDING MODE image.
  • Page 19: State Diagram Do Not Disturb Mode

    19 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 State diagram do not disturb mode ASW206 Auto power off if not bonded after 5 min Long press or NFC Not bonded BONDING MODE Already bonded Bonding succeeded Very long press Incoming call IDLE Double press Short or long press to silence phone, answer or caller hangs up...
  • Page 20: Setting Up

    A1ll has to be bonded (by pairing) and connected from a BLE device in order for - Whenever opening the Lifelog app (reasoning: the user must have accurate all features and functionality to work. Once A1II has been paired from another...
  • Page 21: First Time Pairing And Connecting Through Nfc

    Unlock the device 8.3.3 NFC touch 8.3.4 A1ll app download A1ll can be either ON or OFF if the The user needs to make sure that Hold A1ll to the NFC Having installed the user wants to connect through the phone has NFC on.
  • Page 22 22 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 8.3.5 Use case 1: NFC touching When NFC touching a second time, after having downloaded AHA, it will trigger AHA to start and try to connect to Everest. Note: AHA will open even if already connected. 8.3.7 A1II is paired, bonded and connected 8.3.6...
  • Page 23: First Time Pairing And Connecting Manually

    NFC touch or start to the user that she needs to up A1II manually - A1II will search for A1ll in order to pair and be in bonding mode if it has connect. not been paired before.
  • Page 24: Second Time Pairing, Bonding And Connecting

    24 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 Second time pairing, bonding and connecting ASW203 ASW012 ASW067 BONDING AND CONNECTING WITH A NEW ANDROID DEVICE AS A: user I WANT TO: bond and connect my A1II with a new phone. AS A: user I WANT TO: know which phone A1II automatically reconnects with. A1II can only be bonded and connected with one android device at a time.
  • Page 25: General Bonding And Connecting Through Nfc: Ui Flow

    ASW251 ASW173 ASW083 ASW065 A1ll modes after NFC touch Initial state Action Result A1ll OFF and has not been bonded and connected before NFC touch Power on and bonding mode, the phone can connect A1ll OFF but has been bonded and connected before...
  • Page 26: Disconnect And Reconnect

    Pressing the key will result in advertising when A1ll is disconnected. 2) A1ll should advertise for reconnection. • Advertise at NFC A NFC touch when A1ll and the BT device are disconnected will result in advertising. Disconnect and reconnect flow A1ll and the bonded device are connected The 2 devices loose connection due to e.g.
  • Page 27: Power On A1ll

    10.1 Power ON A1ll for the first time or after factory data reset The power on vibration indicates that A1II is starting up. When the user presses the key to turn on A1II for the first time A1II will enter bonding mode and LED A will blink continuously until connected.
  • Page 28: Connection Status When Turned On

    28 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 10.3 Connection status when turned on ASW204 Key short press when A1II is turned on generates a connected status LED animation. The LEDs are lit in cyan if A1II is connected and white if not connected. LED C LED B LED A...
  • Page 29: Turning Off And Factory Data Reset

    Factory data reset The user needs to very long press the key in order to turn A1ll OFF . If there is a HRV Factory data reset can only be done from power OFF mode. A more than 10 second measurement going on then the HRV should be interrupted and the device should long press (very very long press) generates a factory data reset.
  • Page 30: Ota And Dfu Mode

    OTA and DFU mode 30 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 12.1 OTA sequence ASW237 ASW136 ASW102 ASW101 The different modes during a OTA sequence have the same LED indication, constant white blinking. When the update is completed A1II enters bonding mode and AHA can reconnect. Firmware update shall not be possible if the battery level is too low, A1II must then indicate this to AHA.
  • Page 31: Automatic Logging Of Physical Activities - An Overview

    CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 ASW128 A1ll should be able to log steps, walking, running, swimming, number of stairs, It should be possible to log sleep automatically. The transition from step elevator riding and sleeping. All activity tracking should work offline. Other logging to sleep logging should occur seamlessly. In Lifelog it should be activities e.g.
  • Page 32: Remote Mode

    AHA. Vibration feedback indicates if single, double or triple tap was detected. The hardware has a time out for how long A1ll can be in remote mode but a new tap can restart the time out. Disconnect, incoming call, alarm/ Smart Wake up alarm or a new key press will make A1ll exit remote mode.
  • Page 33: Remote Mode - Led And Vibration Feedback

    33 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 14.2 Remote mode - LED and vibration feedback ASW219 ASW218 ASW217 ASW216 ASW170 ASW169 ASW168 When connected A1II enters remote mode if the user taps within 5000 ms after key short press. Remote mode has a time out 10 000 ms after the last LED C tap sequence.
  • Page 34: Application Mode - Extension Guidelines

    Extensions can get raw accelerometer data from A1ll, this will enable extensions to use A1ll for e.g. gaming or guitar playing. A small protocol for tap interaction is provided but counted steps and sleep data is not provided.
  • Page 35: Remote Mode - Life Bookmark (selected Per Default Or Not?)

    AS A: user I WANT TO: personal remembrance. When adding a Life bookmark from A1ll a Heart Rate Variation (HRV) measurement is done and logged together with the time and place in Lifelog. The purpose of Life bookmark is to tag a memorable moment.
  • Page 36: Remote Mode - Media Player

    36 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 14.5 Remote mode - Media Player to be able to control media by using the bracelet. AS A: user I WANT TO: The user can select media player actions in AHA as the set of actions to be controlled through tapping in remote mode. Media player actions will control the last used player that supports play/pause, previous and next intents.
  • Page 37: Remote Mode - Functionality Supported By Aha

    37 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 14.6 Remote mode - Functionality supported by AHA FEATURE ACTION COMMENT Media player play/pause Based on android key events Media player next track Based on android key events Media player previous track Based on android key events Camera take picture Based on android key events...
  • Page 38: Control Mode

    Control mode 38 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 ASW222 ASW221 ASW227 ASW220 ASW184 ASW109 15.1 Overview use external apps that are compatible with my SmartBand Interrupting control mode AS A: user I WANT TO: for real time logging and interaction through LEDs, vibrations, tapping and The user can long press the key to stop control mode, the external app can gesture.
  • Page 39: Key Interactions In Control Mode

    39 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 15.2 Key interactions in control mode ASW226 ASW225 • Short press - View connection status • Long press - Exit control mode In control mode can the app take control over the LEDs. Key short press will however always override the app and the LEDs animate connection status.
  • Page 40: Heart Rate Measurements

    Heart rate measurements 40 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 ASW252 ASW254 16.1 Automatic HR(V) measurement AS A: user I WANT TO: be able to log Heart rate level automatically on a regular basis AS A: user I WANT TO: be able to decide when the Heart rate measurements should be done i.e.
  • Page 41: Manual Hr(v) Measurement

    41 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 16.2 Manual HR(V) measurement ASW253 ASW255 ASW212 ASW211 ASW210 ASW209 AS A: user I WANT TO: be able to initiate a single Heart rate measurement from my A1II. LED C AS A: user I WANT TO: get an indication whether my manual HRV measurement finished LED B successful or not.
  • Page 42: Alarm

    A1ll will alert sometime between 06:30 and 07:00 when the user is in light sleep. If the alarm is set for 07:00 with a 30 minutes wake up widow, but A1ll is only detecting deep sleep, or that the user is awake, the alarm will alert at 07:00.
  • Page 43: Alarm Vibration And Led Patterns

    43 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 17.2 Alarm vibration and LED patterns ASW246 ASW244 ASW239 ASW238 LED C LED C LED B LED B LED A LED A 200 ms 250 ms 800 ms 800 ms 17.2.3 Long press during alerting alarm 17.2.1 Xperia alarm vibration and LED blinking intervals A short vibration is used as long press feedback...
  • Page 44: Incoming Call

    Incoming call 44 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 ASW232 ASW231 AS A: user I WANT TO: be alerted when there is an incoming call. AS A: user I WANT TO: be able to silence an incoming call Notification for incoming call consists of continuous vibrations with all 3 LEDs blinking in white until the user short or long press the A1II key.
  • Page 45: Notifications

    2014-12-05 19.1 General notification ASW235 ASW234 ASW233 ASW054 AS A: user I WANT TO: be alerted by A1ll for incoming notifications in the phone. LED C LED B A1ll supports notifications from Android and iOS devices via a vibration and LED pattern (view image). The first time the LED blinks it comes with LED A a vibration, then one LED blink every 6 second.
  • Page 46: Low Battery Notification

    LED. There will also be a popup from AHA that notifies the user of A1ll running out of battery. The red LED should continue to blink every 6 second the same way as a notification would...
  • Page 47: Charging Battery Tbd

    Even if the battery is completely drained shall the LED light up immediately when connecting the charger. 3. When A1ll is fully charged (90-100%) LED A is constantly on in green. LED C LED B...
  • Page 48: Turning Off When Running Out Of Battery

    20.2 Turning off when running out of battery ASW064 AS A: user I WANT TO: be notified when A1ll is automatically turned off due to empty battery. When A1ll is ON and out of battery the regular turning off animation/ vibration is initiated.
  • Page 49: Xperia At Hand Features

    A unique code is then sent from the phone to the bracelet. When the distance between A1ll and the device is xx meter away it The device is locked whenever the user is not nearby. When the user...
  • Page 50: Out-of-range Alert

    Out-of-range alert ASW185 ASW138 ASW081 When the distance between A1ll and the device causes a disconnection, A1ll will warn the user with vibrations. Due to the uncertainties of connectivity and signal strength it is impossible to set a fixed distance.
  • Page 51: Document History

    Document history 51 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 Document Name /Metadoc revision Changes Document Author Modification Date IXD-Blueprint_A1ll_Accessory.pdf • First draft Sofia Dahlgren 2014-05-07 IXD-Blueprint_A1ll_Accessory.pdf • Heart rate measurement is clarified Sofia Dahlgren 2014 w 26.2 IXD-Blueprint_A1ll_Accessory.pdf • Updated document based on review Sofia Dahlgren 2014 w 27.3 comments from 27/6 -14...
  • Page 52 52 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 Document Name /Metadoc revision Changes Document Author Modification Date IXD-Blueprint_A1ll_Accessory.pdf • Added double press in order to 1) Sofia Dahlgren 2014-09-010 have media control less accessible and thereby activate media control by mistake 2) to use short press to indicate when the device is connected and turned on 3) to make it clearer for the user when the user enters app...
  • Page 53 53 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 Document Name /Metadoc revision Changes Document Author Modification Date IXD-Blueprint_A1ll_Accessory.pdf • 3. Hardware requirement - HRV Nils Hellstrand 2014-10-13 sensor added. • 5.3 Do Not Disturb added • 15.2 Key interactions in application mode added •...
  • Page 54 54 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 Document Name /Metadoc revision Changes Document Author Modification Date IXD-Blueprint_A1ll_Accessory.pdf • 7.2 Vibration feedback for tapping and Nils Hellstrand 2014-10-23 manual HRV added. • 8.5 Second time pairing and connecting added. • 10.3 Connection status when turned on added.
  • Page 55 55 / 55 UXP X CONFIDENTIAL 2014-12-05 Document Name /Metadoc revision Changes Document Author Modification Date IXD-Blueprint_A1ll_Accessory.pdf • Life bookmark removed. Nils Hellstrand 2014-12-05 • Manual HR(V) LED dimming updated. • 7.1 LED sequence key interactions - Combined press for DFU mode added. •...

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