For the first episode of 2019, Dustin and I chat to long time fan of the show, hardcore Wu-Tang fan and resident UX research expert at AnswerLab, Chris Geison, about the ins and outs of UX research for voice.

As Principle UX Researcher at AnswerLab, Chris and his colleagues work with Fortune 100 companies like Google, Amazon and Facebook, specialising in helping them learn how people use technology so that they can design the right product for the right use case.

Chris joins us today to share some of the research that AnswerLab have conducted on user behaviour and voice, as well as talk us through the different types of UX research he uses, what each type is good for and how you can conduct user research for voice yourself.

This episode builds on concepts we’ve discussed previously with Ben Sauer (voice first product strategy), Konstantin Samoylov and Adam Banks (voice first user research), and Sam Howard (voice first user testing).

Where to listen

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Links

Follow Chris on Twitter
Connect with Chris on LinkedIn
Follow AnswerLab on Twitter
Visit the AnswerLab website
The state of smart speakers (research by AnswerLab)
AnswerLab insights
Just enough research by Erika Hall
Interviewing users by Steve Portigal

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