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How will voice user interface design look like in 2050?

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  • #Innovation Design
Kim Brand

We love voice and conversational interfaces. And we are always open to innovative collaborations and idea exchange.

This article is about the inspiring collaboration between and the AMD Akademie Mode & Design in Munich, where eleven students explored the future of voice, and developed a future scenario. Under the guidance of some of’s specialists, the students went through all the phases of the design thinking process and developed a voice project prototype.

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Part 1: The role of visual designers in 2030 – the holistic design approach

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Julie Kechter

What are Visual Designers doing right now at their working desks? Well, we are mostly hired for our visual craft skills, meaning creating everything a brand, an artist, a book, or a room is communicating to you on a visual level. And then sometimes if your education implied a marketing focus as well, we are also hired for our brand strategy skills. So what is the problem with that? And why is this state changing or does it even have to change?

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Why every business needs to grow their ROI with a voice strategy in 2021

  • #Voice Branding

As people become more and more comfortable using voice user interfaces (VUI), expectations grow towards what customers expect from the products and services they purchase.

To stay competitive, companies need to start thinking about a voice strategy in order not to risk staying behind their competitors. In the same way, that it is not to doubt that a website is needed, it is not to doubt that a voice-first presence needs to be adopted.

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Why Multimodality and Multidevice is a Big Trend in 2021

  • #Voice UX
Sara Oliver G.V.

Looking back to the past year, we can see how voice technology is exponentially growing. Spending time at home, the lack of communication with the outside world, and the rise of our internet usage are a few elements influencing the adoption speed. As Brian Roemmele (president of Multiplex) said, the Voice-First sector will continue to be the fastest adopted technology in history.

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