Today we are seeing the rise of voice interfaces and assistants creating a massive shift in digital products, and the design community needs to be a part of this shift.
In this session, Susse discusses what designers can do to embrace voice and design to stay ahead of the game, and what this means for the future of experience design. We will explore the basic principles behind designing for voice interfaces, and dive into how best to create digital experiences for "beyond the screen".
- Principles in designing voice first user experiences
- How to design, prototype and share a voice first experience
- What makes an effective voice prototype
- How to use non-verbal audio and sound design in your experience
About Susse Sønderby Jensen
Susse is an Experience Designer at Adobe, focused on voice integration for Adobe XD. She joined Adobe through the acquisition of Sayspring, which offers a design and prototyping platform for voice interfaces. A multi-disciplinarian designer with a background in both industrial and digital design, Susse graduated with honours from the MFA Design & Technology program at Parsons, and has worked with companies across numerous industries, including Sprint, Bank of America, LG, Bose, UBS and more.