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Mobile UX London: Designing for AI with CHATBOTS
Thu 30 March 2017, 19:00 – 22:00 BST
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Our March meetup will be covering the topic of Chatbots. Shey Cobley, Senior Director of User Experience for Critical Mass and David Contreras of AKQA.
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• 6.45 Registration
• 7.00 Shey Cobley - 'Conversational UI’s the latest fad or the new way of interacting?'
• 7.30 David Contreras - 'What is UX for Conversational UIs?'
• 8.00 Q&A
• 8.30 Networking & beers
Shey Cobley, Senior Director of User Experience for Critical Mass
Conversational UI’s the latest fad or the new way of interacting?
Shey is the Senior Director of UX. She has over 15 years experience working in the digital space in the UK, Australia, New Zealand and India helping to put customers (B2C & B2B) at the heart of their business by conducting robust research and implementing best practice UX principles.
What Shey will be discussing:
Conversational UI’s the latest fad or the new way of interacting? As people we want to have a conversation with our friends and family but as consumers do we want to have a conversation with a brand? Who is using conversational UI’s and how can brands creating meaningful conversational experiences.
David Contreras, Senior UX Designer, AKQA
'What is UX for Conversational UIs?'
David is a terminally-dissatisfied idealist helping companies getting along well with their users since 2006. User-centred design enthusiast, he has worked internationally in startup and agency environments. Since he joined AKQA two years ago, he has worked as UX Architect for brands like the BBC, Nike, Virgin Atlantic or Volvo among others.
What David will be discussing:
'What is UX for Conversational UIs?' explores our role as UX Designers in this not-so-new environment, full of new opportunities. How our screen-framed mindset impacts our approach solving problems and how we can face the conversational design challenges to come.