UX Chat with Catherine Dionne, UX Team Lead, on Voice User Interfaces
Welcome to #UXChat with Catherine Dionne, UX Team Lead at Ergoweb Canada, in this Twitter chat round-up on Voice User Interfaces － do they add value to all businesses?
For those who are new to #UXchat – it’s our one-hour live Twitter discussion (via the #uxchat Twitter hashtag) where you can rub virtual shoulders with some of the most knowledgeable UXperts on the planet and discuss a different UX topic every week.
This week our topic is: Voice User Interfaces － do they add value to all businesses?
Our esteemed host is: Catherine Dionne, UX Team Lead at Ergoweb Canada
With a demonstrated history of working in agencies, universities and freelance, Catherine is skilled in User Experience, Interaction Design, Management, Marketing and Strategy. She’s a UX consultant, author and researcher with a Master’s Degree focused on Interaction Design (UX) from Université Laval. Currently, she’s a UX Team Lead at Ergoweb Canada and writer at UX Collective.
You can connect with Catherine via Twitter: @DionneCathe
This week, Catherine and our UX community discussed the following subjects, which you can read through on the Twitter Moment below.
- Are there good or bad practices in the design of Voice UIs? How are they different from the design of standard interfaces?
- As communication changes from one language to another but also from one culture to another, is it really possible to create universal voice systems? (ex: Alexa, Google Home)
- Do you believe that VUIs are relevant to all businesses or only for the technology sector?
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