Voice design is an incredibly exciting space to be in currently, with more and more users adopting the technology in their homes and on the go. This is not only evident in the West either, with markets like China taking on voice design more wholesale where voice fits more naturally to non-digital native users who are coming online for the first time.
There is no doubt that that the use of voice is on the rise, but with big players in voice like Google and Amazon probing markets like hospitality for opportunities, designers need to be prepared to bring their tools to the table and design delightful experiences through Voice User Interfaces (or VUI’s, for short).
How can you make sure you’re fully prepared? I’ve put together 10 essential things to consider when designing for voice on the Twentysix site here.