Transitioning from Models to Values

To create and translate cohesive and resonant contextual content control as a visual measure between client, provider, and result which can be agreed upon, established, and thereby re-evaluated and improved; we need to understand the mapping process i.e. how the core alignment model is viewed and internalized, and it's conceptual parts related to client values. The model creates an integral present awareness between different foundational structures and integrates this image into digital terms via language, programatic and linguistic.

The terms established forms a semantic network of terms describing objects, people, and things. These terms are structurally related through tension and suspension of meanings. The nature of terms we agree upon create our reality both physically and digitally. Digital reality is constructed out of physical as well as electrical parts, from iron and steel infrastructure to magnetic balancing of artificial memory banks and processing intelligence.

The platform industry is the scaffolding within which memory is stored connected by conduits of electrical signals in binary form. That which is conducted is the meaning for it's existence, the reason it's got attention through storage or retrieval. That meaning, which is magnetically stored is the intangible value, of which some die young and others live forever as magnetic field flowing through space, from form to form. Cyberspace in the sense of Memory is the ethereal and the platform and processes the concrete.

The model is a scaffold for meaning to be attached just like memory. If our memories were big enough we wouldn't need to write anything down, and neither would we have the need of storing things. The model is a gravity and pivot point for the attachment of meaning found in values that more than one person can participate in it's construction and effective use. The electric human being needs a central model to himself on which everyone can agree.

We map the values of the client in visual terms which we can through mutual assessment agree on the outcomes and what that looks like. The active participant is the observer and the management of values and meanings. These meanings are the basis of words we use in search language, content that describes the value to the user and vice versa translates the accuracy of that value by the results measured.

The model creates the visual framework within which a central image of perception and action can be agreed upon and it's results measured both in tangible digital terms as well as internal business congruency focusing on customer and value centric principles.