Welcome to #UXchat with Hila Yonatan, UX Strategist and Designer, in this Twitter discussion on the UX of voice-based interfaces.

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’s topic: Voice-Based Interfaces

This week’s guest host: Hila Yonatan, UX Strategist and Designer at HilaYonatan.co.il

Hila is a UX architect creating engaging experiences for people on different platforms. She’s an independent designer, who’s worked as UX Lead in VCs, product companies, and startups. She’s involved in the local and global UX community, writes for professional magazines (Usability Geek, UXMag, GeekTime etc), delivers short talks at meetups and occasionally mentors at workshops or startup accelerators.

You can connect with Hila via Twitter: @HilaYonatan

This week, Hila and our UX community discussed the following talking points:

  1. Can your product or design be replaced partially or entirely with a voice interface?
  2. What activities can be best accomplished using voice? Should it be replaced with voice?
  3. In terms of UX planning, how does a voice-based interface differ from a visual one?

Read the highlights from this #uxchat discussion in the Twitter Moment below:



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