The following articles include recent thoughts as well as visionary insights from 2009 regarding artificial intelligence, voice, and mobile product strategy.
In 2012, I delivered a keynote at The Mobile Show in Dubai that highlighted some of the work that our team had been doing in making apps a core part of the news creation process.
Derrick offers insight into his start in audio publishing in 2004 and move to voice in 2007 and 2017 shift to voice assistants.
In this talk, we explore the invisible future of design through real-world examples of how sensors are dramatically changing the way we design and build digital products.
In 2013, I participated in a panel discussion with Isabelle Cinquin from L'Oreal and Pepe Moder from Pirelli at the Mobile, Social and Big Data Conference in Paris.
In 2017, I gave a keynote at UX Istanbul, in which I shared insights and context on the future of the user interface and the birth of the spoken web.
Businesses are not confident enough to polarize people on the web. They don't have enough esteem that the design will be sufficient enough to convert the target audience, so they want to design for everyone with hopes that the bigger net will catch more fish.
Multiple platforms should be considered in the initial planning process to address the needs of regular users and those that will be navigating your site with the help of assistive technologies.
There is a growing need for a seamless bridge between those who constantly publish new text information on the web and the growing number of users with mobile audio devices such as iPods and mp3-players.
The biggest complaint and "perceived" barrier to adoption of news and information consumption on mobile devices in America is a constant nagging over the size of the screen and keyboard on mobile devices.