The principles of voice design - Ben Sauer

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Designing voice interfaces is a new frontier for many in UX. Although we can utilise much of our existing UX expertise to create compelling experiences, the rules-of-the-road for designing for voice can be quite different. Come and learn about principles that can help your organisation and your design practise, brought to you by the creator of

Ben Sauer is a product and design leader, formerly of Babylon Health and Clearleft. He's worked with organisations like the BBC, Pearson, Tesco, and TCS to raise their product game.

He’s been speaking and training people all around the world, with a focus on voice UI for several years; particularly in how to rapidly design conversational experiences. Teams at Amazon and the BBC use his methods, and through O'Reilly, he's trained folks at NASA. He’s also spent many hours at home removing the ridiculous things that his kids have added to Alexa’s shopping list.

7:25 – Zoom opens
7:30 – Talk starts
8:30 – End