August 18, 2014 · 6:30 PM
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As voice interfaces expand to more and more form factors, including wearables, home automation solutions, and entertainment platforms, designers and developers are at the forefront of complex decisions about how these experiences will work and what technologies to integrate. Those decisions will determine how users will interact with, be supported by, and ultimately perceive the systems.
Tim Lynch and Tanya Kraljic will share their thinking on the fundamentals of designing voice interfaces for emerging technologies.
Tim Lynch leads the design for Nuance’s mobile and consumer projects. Since joining Nuance three years ago, his focus has been the concept and creation of mobile, in-home, automotive, wearable and other future-forward speech experiences. Tim has been designing web and mobile experiences since 1998. @clampants /www.linkedin.com/in/timlynch/
Tanya Kraljic is a Principal Designer for Nuance’s mobility division. Her work focuses on the strategy and design of speech experiences in mobile, wearable, in-home, and other emerging technologies. Prior to joining Nuance in 2010, Tanya earned a PhD in cognitive psychology, with an emphasis on adaptation in interactive spoken dialog.