Good old form design never dies.
“2016 was the year of the conversational interface. Everywhere we looked, conversational UIs were breaking out of messaging apps and into the products we use every day, from shoe shopping to cosmetics and everything in between.”
ShekMan Tang a.k.a. /shekmantang | @shekman ~ Intercom ★
Still design the user interface. Text as UI.
“Chatbots that use artificial intelligence, actually understand human language, and they continually become smarter as they learn from the people who interact with them.”
Amelia Wong a.k.a. /amelia-wong | @ameliacwong ~ UXmatters ★
A bright new future for design with natural language.
“Voice interaction represents the biggest UX challenge since the birth of the smartphone, so we break down the implications and opportunities for this paradigm shift in UX design. (…) In this post, we’re going to explain some of the profound implications of the rise of voice interaction for UX design. Just as the internet began as a playground of raw new technical capability that embraced the guiding principles of intuitive, user-friendly product design over time, so too I see today’s voice-enabled tools and devices in their infancy, with limitless potential ready to be unlocked through innovative, user-centered design.”
Jason Amunwa a.k.a. /jasonamunwa | @King_Jaffy ~ Digital Telepathy ★
The human voice as interface, not better than words.
“This is an excerpt from Chapter 2 of Designing Voice User Interfaces by Cathy Pearl (…) A good rule of thumb is to let the user decide how long the conversation will be.”
Cathy Pearl ~ O’Reilly Design ★
Designing for visual pixel to audio prose.
“Conversational UI is any UI that can mimic the communication with a human being. This means that a human being can communicate with a virtual human being.These UIs work on platforms such as iPhone, Android, Windows, etc. These applications work based on the strong and collective cognitive data, with the support of artificial intelligence.”
Sreeraj ~ Prototypr.io ★