CareerFoundry Presents at UX Alive: What is the Future of Voice UI?

CareerFoundry Presents at UX Alive: What is the Future of Voice UI?

Emily Stevens

At the start of the month, CareerFoundry’s very own Head of UX Design, Jeff Humble, attended UX Alive — Europe’s biggest international event on User Experience and Usability.

Some 350 attendees gathered at the Fairmont Quasar Istanbul for two full days of workshops and talks, and Jeff had some fascinating insights to share on The Future of Voice UI.

Jeff’s presentation forms part of the extensive research that went into our VUI Design Specialization Course, built in collaboration with Amazon Alexa.

CareerFoundry's Jeff Humble presents at UX Alive

The Future of Voice UI: From Mediocre to Magical


What will voice interactions look like in ten years, and what does this mean for designers? This talk deals with the rise of the voice user interface and takes a closer look at where VUI design is headed. 

Watch Jeff’s talk here to discover:

  • How voice technology is transforming the user experience for the visually impaired
  • The user advantages of talking over typing
  • How VUIs differ from touchscreens
  • Why speech conveys more meaning than text
  • How VUI design is making our interactions with technology more human
     

 

If you want to shape the future of voice design, check out our VUI specialization course or speak to a career advisor today.

What You Should Do Now

  1. If you’d like a step-by-step intro to find out if UX design is right for you - sign up here for our free 7-day UX short course.
  2. If you are interested in becoming a UX Designer check out our UX design course (you'll learn the essential skills employers need).
  3. If you’d like to speak to an expert Career Advisor for free about how you can really get a new job in tech - connect with us here.

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Emily Stevens

Emily Stevens

Contributer to the CareerFoundry Blog

Originally from England, Emily moved to Berlin after studying French & German at university. When she’s not writing, she can be found travelling, hula-hooping or reading a good book.