If you’ve never experienced the world of virtual reality (VR), don’t worry – the next big opportunity is already here. It isn’t just for The Matrix anymore. You’re going to hear this term floating around more and more in the near future.
Chatbots, conversational agents, virtual assistants — whatever you choose to call them, automated conversation is more relevant than ever. The growing presence of chatbots on customer-facing websites has resulted in quick and automatic answers to most online inquiries. However, it’s crucial not to overlook the value of chatbots for internal use by employees.
The world today is rapidly progressing on the road to utilization, with the ever increasing number of technical applications that are used to communicate and pass on knowledge. In a traditional classroom, knowledge acquisition is limited to the information the instructor has and that which they can access. However, connecting students to the outside world enhances their ability to construct new knowledge.
Augmented reality has come a long way from a science-fiction concept to a science-based reality. Until recently the costs of augmented reality were so substantial that designers could only dream of working on design projects that involved it – today things have changed and augmented reality is even available on the mobile handset. That means design for augmented reality is now an option for all shapes and sizes of UX designers.