Design: Voice User Interface Design

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  1. Designing Voice User Interfaces

    January 8, 2018

    Selected sections from Chapter 5 of Cathy Pearl’s new book Designing Voice User Interfaces: Principles of Conversational Experiences. 2017 O’Reilly Media, Inc.

    Excerpts from Chapter 5: Advanced Voice User Interface Design

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    [This] Chapter [covers advanced] voice user interface (VUI) design [topics]. Here, we take a look at what will make [your VUIs] engaging, easy to use, and successful.

    Siri and the Amazon Echo are both examples of popular VUIs. The Echo has recently received a lot of praise about its interface. Given that the two systems can do many similar things, why is the Echo often a better user experience? One reason is that the Echo was designed with voice in mind from the beginning—that’s its sole purpose. Siri, by comparison, is just one more way to interact with your iPhone. Read More

  2. Conference Review: O’Reilly Design Conference 2017

    February 6, 2018

    The overarching theme of the second annual O’Reilly Design Conference was “Prepare to Design the Future.” The conference convened March 20–22, 2017, at the historic Westin St. Francis┬áHotel, on Union Square in San Francisco. Monday, March 20, provided a full day of tutorials, while the main conference took place on March 21 and 22. O’Reilly Media delivered a better conference experience than in 2016 and again provided very high-quality content.

    In Part 1 of this review, I’ll cover the following aspects of the conference experience:

    • Organization
    • Content and Presenters
    • Proceedings
    • Venue
    • Hospitality and Events
    • Community
    • Tutorials Read More

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