Thursday 27th September, 2012
3:15pm to 4:00pm
We are living in interesting times. Technology that at one time would have been considered the ravings of a mad men has now become reality: pocket computers, ubiquitous Internet access, cars that can drive themselves... All of this exist for us to use, now. And among these technology advances has come two more fanciful notions: interaction using gesture and voice. What was once science fiction is now here, now, and we are at the cusp of a breakthrough in how we interact with our electronic devices.
In this presentation, Joseph Dickerson, technologist and user experience architect for Fortune 500 company Fiserv, discusses these newest technology innovations and looks forward, to the potential death of the UI.
What will be covered (and what will be learned):
* A history of voice and gesture interface
* Recent (and upcoming) innovations in voice and gesture control
* Guidelines on how to create apps and products that support these new interaction paradigms
* The impact these technologies will have on user expectations
UX Architect, technologist, humanist, geek. Loves writing, designing, travel and life. bio from Twitter
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