This webcast addresses the technical building blocks and the fundamental design considerations behind voice interfaces. It includes lessons learned from early voice-enabled solutions, and how these lessons can be applied to emerging technologies.
Tanya Kraljic is a principal interaction and dialog designer for Nuance Communications. She leads a multidisciplinary team of designers and UX researchers in the strategy and design of speech experiences in mobile, wearable, in-home, and other emerging technologies. Tanya has helped clients from startups to Fortune 100 companies navigate the spaces of natural language technology, conversational design, and predictive intelligence. Prior to joining Nuance, Tanya earned a PhD in psycholinguistics, the psychology of language use.
Tim Lynch leads design for Nuance Communications' Mobile and Consumer group. A visual and user experience designer with 15 years of industry experience, he heads a team of interaction, voice, and visual designers, with a focus on the end-to-end design of mobile, automotive, in-home, and wearable speech experiences. Prior to joining Nuance, Tim spent years in the agency and consulting world...and before that, received his journalism degree (and realized, only fairly recently, that good design, like good reporting, is storytelling)