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Voice-enabled interfaces are challenging the long dominance of graphical user interfaces and are quickly becoming a common part of our daily lives. Using speech recognition technology, voice-enabled interfaces allow users to interact with technology through voice or speech commands.
As the world becomes increasingly fast-paced and information-dense, voice technologies are questioning the superiority of graphical interface. While keyboards can be used for text-intensive assignments like writing an article, voice-enabled interfaces are preferred for straightforward tasks like searches, getting directions, provided that the experience is seamless.
Although voice-enabled interfaces allow for a hands-free and fully immersive experience, there are often issues that surface during the conceptualisation and and design process. Join our design experts as they walk you through the unique opportunities and challenges of designing for voice interfaces and show you how to design user-centric and effective ones.
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