Voice Driven User Interface Design

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Stephen Aponte Jr.'s presentation from CEWIT2013 is now present online through slideshare! Learn more about voice driven user interface design by reading his slides or you can contact Intelligent Product Solutions at www.intelligentproductsolutions.com for any questions you may have.

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  • 1. CEWIT 2013 Visual Computing Voice Driven Computing User Interface Design

2. Intelligent Product SolutionsWHO ARE WE?UNRELENTING DEDICATION TO GREAT PRODUCT DESIGN.IPS Company Confidential- Contains confidential and proprietary intellectual property of IPS. Disclosure of the information contained herein to any third party is strictly prohibited.THOUGHT THROUGH. REALLY.JUST STRAIGHT TALK. 3. Wearable Computing Market Trends ABI Research forecasts the wearable computing device market will grow to 485 million annual device shipments by 2018. (ABIresearch, 2013) According to IMS Research, the wearables market is poised to grow from 14 million devices shipped in 2011 to as many as 171 million units shipped by 2016. (Ballve, 2013)IPS Company Confidential- Contains confidential and proprietary intellectual property of IPS. Disclosure of the information contained herein to any third party is strictly prohibited. 4. Evolution of Head Mounted Computers1980sPresentMotorola HC1Vuzix Smart Glasses M100 IPS Company Confidential- Contains confidential and proprietary intellectual property of IPS. Disclosure of the information contained herein to any third party is strictly prohibited. 5. Evolution of Voice Driven Applications Automobiles Phone functions GPS navigation Media controls Radio controls General purpose computing for those in need Example: Voice activated GPS systems for the blind Smart phones Siri Google Voice Wearable computers Replaces mouse and keyboard Televisions? Replaces clunky remoteIPS Company Confidential- Contains confidential and proprietary intellectual property of IPS. Disclosure of the information contained herein to any third party is strictly prohibited. 6. Two Major Challenges w/ Speech Enabled UI 1. What are the features and are they obvious??IPS Company Confidential- Contains confidential and proprietary intellectual property of IPS. Disclosure of the information contained herein to any third party is strictly prohibited.2. Phrasing 7. Voice Enabled UI on a Head Mounted Computer - Challenges Speech recognition engine personality Environmental issues (Noise) Varying accents Processing different vocabulary Visual cues to commands What do I say? Application layout & UI Voice optimized application workflow SecurityItem 7 View LibraryIPS Company Confidential- Contains confidential and proprietary intellectual property of IPS. Disclosure of the information contained herein to any third party is strictly prohibited.Item 2 8. SR Personality, Environmental (Noise), Accents, & VocabularyIPS Company Confidential- Contains confidential and proprietary intellectual property of IPS. Disclosure of the information contained herein to any third party is strictly prohibited. 9. Visual Cues What Do I Say? 1. Speech icon2. Global Commands IPS Company Confidential- Contains confidential and proprietary intellectual property of IPS. Disclosure of the information contained herein to any third party is strictly prohibited.Main Menu View Library Get Message Camera Feed Request Expert Logout Quit Application3. My Computer Help 10. Application Layout & UI Design Methods UX StoryboardingStoryboards Storyboardsare used to consider are used to the system from consider the a human system from a centered human - point of view. centered point of view.IPS Company Confidential- Contains confidential and proprietary intellectual property of IPS. Disclosure of the information contained herein to any third party is strictly prohibited. 11. Application Layout & UI Design Methods UX WorkflowsCAMERAWorkflows are used to fully think the UI experience throughLIBRARYLOG INIPS Company Confidential- Contains confidential and proprietary intellectual property of IPS. Disclosure of the information contained herein to any third party is strictly prohibited.EXPERT SESSION 12. Application Layout & UI Design Methods UX Behavioral & FlowThe user The user experience is is experience carefully carefully considered by by considered creating specific creating detailed use specific cases for real detailed use user goals. real cases for user goals.Library: Levels 1-4Search by VoiceMain MenuAlpha, Chapter Final Selection View Document Content SpecificItem 3, Item 7, Item 5, Item 3IPS Company Confidential- Contains confidential and proprietary intellectual property of IPS. Disclosure of the information contained herein to any third party is strictly prohibited.View Document 13. Application Layout & UI Design Methods UX System Logic: Speech RecognitionSession workflow from the HC1 perspective.Start ProgramVerify connectivity to serverConnection successfulPick machine to viewQuit applicationView MediaLog in to serverOnline & waiting for View command LibraryItem XRequest Expert Wait for expert to connectExpert voice connectView DocumentTake snapshotCamera feedVideo recordSnapshot SavedReal Time Session Expert ActiveIPS Company Confidential- Contains confidential and proprietary intellectual property of IPS. Disclosure of the information contained herein to any third party is strictly prohibited.Log outVideo RecordingVideo StreamingViewing CameraCamera Active 14. SecurityCreating a method to log into the system with voice as your only inputIPS Company Confidential- Contains confidential and proprietary intellectual property of IPS. Disclosure of the information contained herein to any third party is strictly prohibited. 15. Maturing The UI Over TimeORIGINALIPS Company Confidential- Contains confidential and proprietary intellectual property of IPS. Disclosure of the information contained herein to any third party is strictly prohibited.INTERMIDIATEFINAL 16. Developing A Model That Spans Across Industries & Markets MANUFACTURINGUTILITIESABC COMPANY Category A (3) Category A (3)Category G (5)Category B (2) Category B (2)Category H (11)Category C (5) Category C (5)Category I (3)Category D (13) Category D (13)Category J (6)Category E (1) Category E (1)Category K (8)Category F (22) Category F (22)Category L (16)MILITARY MROEMERGENCY MEDICINEIPS Company Confidential- Contains confidential and proprietary intellectual property of IPS. Disclosure of the information contained herein to any third party is strictly prohibited.VEHICLE REPAIRHOSPITAL 17. References ABIresearch (2013). Wearable Computing Devices, Like Apples iWatch, W ill Exceed 485 Million Annual Shipments by 2018. Online. Available: https://www.abiresearch.com/press/wearable-computing-devices-like-apples-iwatch-will Ballve, M. (2013). WEARABLE COMPUTING: Inside The New Mobile Market That Is Taking Shape. Online. Available: http://www.businessinsider.com/wearables-create-new-mobile-markets-2013-9IPS Company Confidential- Contains confidential and proprietary intellectual property of IPS. Disclosure of the information contained herein to any third party is strictly prohibited.