You already have some conception of who your trying to reach – on which devices – and what your mobile content strategy looks like. You also know you need some kind of device adaptation to offer something compelling and desirable to customers regardless of what device they’ve used to get to you. Now, what’s the best way to make this happen? Handling and managing visits from many device types isn’t new and there’re some proven approaches and techniques. ‘The year of the mobile’ has been on replay a few years running, and finally we’re now seeing significant volume of traffic – 25% and upward – coming from mobile devices for mainstream services. Along with this comes increased attention to the subject and some great new thinking and ideas on the how to best handle device adaptation.
Designing for Voice Interactions at UX Australia
I am chuffed that the organisers of UXAustralia invited me to talk at the single-track mobile conference – Designing for Mobility this year. The day was packed with really interesting talks, and I was pleased to share the stage with some terrific presenters on the day. Designing for Voice Interactions (UXAustralia) from Jonny Schneider