“What Good Design Sounds Like”

If voice-driven interfaces are up your alley, you too might enjoy this discussion that Adobe hosted recently:

We first dug into some early examples of voice-enabled human-computer interaction, unearthing clips of some fascinating precursors to today’s voice assistants. That was followed by a live discussion with two guests who are working at the forefront of voice interaction design: Katie Briggs, product designer at NPR, and Will Hall, chief creative officer at RAIN, an agency focused on voice.

Bonus: Here’s the ancient, groundbreaking IBM Shoebox prototype referenced in the talk:


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