There’s little doubt that voice interfaces are finally catching on. From Amazon’s Echo to Google Home, 24.5 million voice-first devices are expected be sold in 2017. Join fellow designers July 19th at General Assembly to learn how you should be creating for these platforms.
About the Experts
Creative Technologist, AKQA
Tyler Berry currently serves as a Creative Technologist at AKQA’s Atlanta studio. He joined AKQA in 2015 as a UX designer, developing products and guidelines for clients such as Delta Air Lines, Universal Studios (Hollywood), and AARP.
Prior to joining AKQA, Tyler worked as a UX designer at Premier Logic in Alpharetta. Tyler graduated from the University of Georgia with a B.A. in Political Science.
Director of Creative Technology, AKQA
Scott M. Cullum currently serves as Director of Creative Technology at AKQA’s DC studio. He has worked at AKQA since 2009, developing concepts and implementations for clients such as AARP, Delta Air Lines, and World Wildlife Fund.
Prior to joining AKQA, Scott worked as the Manager of Interactive Technology at Under Armour. Scott holds a B.A. in Visual Arts – Graphic Design from UMBC.
During this event, attendees will get an overview of the voice landscape as it exists today, discover the intricacies of creating experiences for voice-first devices and learn how to start making their own experiences. Attendees will also:
- Learn the differences between Alexa, Siri and Google Assistant
- Gain an understanding of what goes into creating voice-first apps and skills
- Get the basics on how to create your first voice experience
- Identify when and why voice can work for you, your client or business