Skip to content

Category: Technology

Voice Design Articles on Medium

Over the past year, I’ve published a series of posts on the topics of voice user interfaces and conversational user interfaces. While not quite equivalent, these two topics are fundamentally linked, and over the coming years the two experience classes will likely converge far more than is seen today. Want to read more? Please join me for the following posts: Voice User Interface Design: New Solutions for Old Problems The voice user interfaces of today aren’t solving unsolved problems – but they are delighting customers and expanding inclusivity by providing the power of computing to customers in new contexts. The…

Continue reading Voice Design Articles on Medium

Comments closed

Fall 2017 European Tour Itinerary

After months of planning, part 2 of my European voice design speaking tour is upon us. I’m honored to be speaking 5 times across 3 cities: Copenhagen, Stockholm and Oslo. Many of the events are close to selling out, so if one of these events interests you, please book immediately! Design Matters // Copenhagen, Denmark // Wed, Sep 28th NEW Keynote: “From Blank Page to World Stage” SOLD OUT – click here to join the waitlist. Most designers are experts at improving upon existing experiences – but how does your process translate to a brand new product? How do you…

Continue reading Fall 2017 European Tour Itinerary

Comments closed

New Portfolio Entry: Echo Look

I am beyond delighted to formally share here that my “secret” Amazon project has finally been announced to the public and is making it into people’s homes. In 2014, I was hired into Amazon as employee #3 on the Echo Look project. The Echo Look is a first-of-its-kind home photography device that allows customers to document their wardrobes and obtain real-time feedback from stylists from the comfort of their homes. The Echo Look is also fully Alexa enabled – meaning not only hands-free operation of the fashion photography features, but access to everything else Alexa can do. As the first…

Continue reading New Portfolio Entry: Echo Look

Comments closed

Launching “Giving Voice to Your Voice Designs”

I had the extreme pleasure of debuting my interactive workshop on voice user interface design, “Giving Voice to Your Voice Designs,” at Interaction ’17 in New York this February. Following the successful launch of this workshop, I am now accepting inquiries about teaching the course in the US or abroad. It’s an excellent choice for maker groups, local design org chapters, or design and technology conferences with workshop tracks. Upcoming Appearances I’m delighted to announce the following confirmed workshop events in 2017 – stay tuned for additional announcements coming soon. EuroIA (Stockholm, Sweden): September 30, 2017 (half-day workshop) Webdagene (Oslo,…

Continue reading Launching “Giving Voice to Your Voice Designs”

Comments closed

UX Rants: Facebook and Notifications

First in a series of blunt UX posts deconstructing problems with everyday scenarios. This time around? Notifications in Facebook. Notification systems are near and dear to my heart; I’ve worked in some capacity on 4 different notification systems across multiple teams. Unfortunately, Facebook is getting a bit too aggressive these days… Facebook, I get it. Folks are resistant to change. We complain every time you change a font size or add a pixel to a post box. But you’ve made some changes in the past few months that are hurting my ability and desire to interact with the app in…

Continue reading UX Rants: Facebook and Notifications

Comments closed