iOSDK: The Experience Layer
iOSDK is an open-source, cross-platform human interaction design framework designed to facilitate high-velocity coordination at scale. The framework focuses on standardizing interactivity primitives to unlock unparalleled interaction liquidity and network effects. By leveraging the high composability of blockchain and AI technologies, iOSDK enables developers to create decentralized superapps with natural human interfaces, effectively decoupling backend and UI elements.
The main goal of iOSDK is to optimize the seamless flow of data input and output between the human brain and the internet, ensuring smooth coordination among humans with an integrated trust and intelligence layer.
Core Design Principles
✺ High bandwidth: by allowing users to input data in various formats and file types with ease, iOSDK supports equitable distribution of resources and interconnectedness with other systems by ensuring universally accessible content.
✺ Ownership: Allowing users to retain ownership of their input data, having control over read and edit permissions, the framework emphasizes real-world value and individual sovereignty.
✺ Accessibility: Input data is analyzed and converted into universally accessible content that can be consumed by other agents (human or machine), based on the permissions granted by the owner.
✺ Functional integration: Concerns are combined to enable users to achieve as many goals as possible with minimal gestures. iOSDK facilitates the flow of resources and contributes to flow dynamics.
✺ Feedback: Interactions produce standardized contextual feedback in the form of in-app and off-app notifications that can be archived and analyzed.
✺ Cognitive skeuomorphism: supporting intrinsic motivation, coherence, and omni-consideration, the UI is designed to mirror the human mind, incorporating context-providing folders, generative energy from data input, critical analysis through feedback, and communication of information via output.