Developing voice technology solutions
Apadmi has been focussed on mobile technology for almost 10 years, building apps and mobile platforms for clients like the NHS, Argos and the BBC. We’re always working to understand how things can be made better with mobile.
And we believe voice technology is a further evolution of mobile. It’s an even more frictionless, intuitive interface.
We’re working with a variety of companies to understand how voice could make things more convenient and efficient for their people and customers.
Designing for the ear
There’s a massive difference designing for the ear, instead of the eye.
Our team are certified Voice User Experience (VUX) designers to help ensure we get the blueprint right. This way, we build the technology right first time round, rather than finding out in user acceptance testing that something’s not quite right, adding time and money to your project.
Earlier this year, we also held an evening dedicated to voice, featuring speakers including Amazon, the BBC and Professor Trevor Cox.
Getting started with voice technology
Here are a few examples of the work we’ve done recently, for ourselves and for our clients.
A skill to help homes and offices across the country rid themselves of awkward moments that start with “Who’s turn is it to…”
The Drum Voice:
A voice app designed to complement the Drum’s July magazine issue dedicated to voice technology, where readers can ask The Drum Editor, Gordon Young, a variety of questions on the topic.
The Drum Flash Briefing:
A quick, easy and convenient way of getting your marketing news with just one sentence.
Do you need a voice skill for Alexa?
If you think you have a use case for voice, or you just want to know more about how this technology can help your business, why not get in touch?
We’re always happy to come and meet you – for a workshop, a consultation or just to answer a few questions.