Situational Design

How to Shift from Screen-First to Voice-First Design

In order to evolve from building voice keyboards to creating truly conversational, voice-first experiences, you first need to embrace the principles of voice design. You can’t simply add voice to your app and call it a voice experience; you have to reimagine the entire experience from a voice-first perspective.

Designing for voice is different from designing for web and mobile. There are subtle but potent differences to consider. The situational design framework outlines four design patterns that are unique to voice-first interactions. Watch our on-demand webinar or download our guide to learn how to shift from screen-first to voice-first design. Get started today to build engaging voice experience and reach customers through tens of millions of Alexa-enabled devices.

Get Started

1. Watch On-Demand Webinar

Learn how to shift your thinking from screen-first to voice-first design in just 60 minutes.

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2. Download Alexa Skill Builder’s Guide

Download the companion PDF guide to learn essential patterns of situational design.

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Additional Resources

We Don’t Speak the Way We Write

Oren Jacob, co-founder and CEO of PullString, says design is what separates the great voice experiences from the rest.

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Gary Vaynerchuk: Voice Will ‘Explode’

Gary Vaynerchuk, CEO of VaynerMedia, says the voice economy will fuel companies “the size of Facebook, Instagram.”

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How to Create a Persona for Your Skill

Adva Levin, winner of the Alexa Skills Challenge: Kids, says adding a persona to a voice user interface can drive customer engagement.

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