DSCONF Workshop: Creating meaningful natural-language user interfaces
Feb 10, 2018, 6:11 PM
Nitor is teaming up with design systems conference DSCONF Helsinki 2018. As part of the conference we are arranging a one day workshop on Thursday 15.3.2018 where we learn how to create personalities for conversational interfaces. During this hands-on workshop we will explore methods for creating voice-based design systems and reflecting a product’s brand with conversational UI.
Learn to design Conversational interfacES
Services that incorporate conversational and voice user interfaces (VUI) are increasing rapidly throughout different areas of business. Following this change the types of messages delivered to end-users are likely to become more personal. This means new challenges for designers as they must to think more about the content and ways in which these messages are delivered.
Instead of asking the system to turn of your lights, think about a future where automated services are providing people diagnoses about their health. How can designers enforce the message by adding visual cues and existing web elements to enrich the delivered message? How can personalities or emotions be expressed through voice or text?
In this workshop we focus on creating personalities for conversational interfaces that include both voice and text commands. We will explore methods for creating voice-based design systems and reflecting a product’s brand with conversational UI.
Full day workshop for 20 Attendees
Price: €300 (incl. 24% VAT)
Location: Nitor headquarters, Aleksanterinkatu 46a, 00100 Helsinki
- Examples on how to design meaningful VUIs
- Ideas on how to conduct VUI testing
- Learn from conversational interfaces
- New ways of thinking how to design interaction between device and the user
- Developers who are interested to learn more about the design perspective of conversational interfaces
- Designers who are about to design or currently designing systems which are based on conversational user-interfaces.
- People who want to learn how an interface can reflect a personality
|Tommi Koirikivi||Niko Laitinen||Annina Kivikari|