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Wolfram Rittmeyer recommends these 3 books:

Designing Across Senses: A Multimodal Approach to Product Design: Christine W. Park, John Alderman: 9781491954249

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  • I loved Designing Voice User Interfaces. Also "Designing Bots", which of course has to be adapted, since with bots some things are possible that would not work on voice only. And thanks to your tweet, I've just ordered Designing Accross Senses. (Posted on Twitter)

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Designing Voice User Interfaces: Principles of Conversational Experiences: Cathy Pearl: 9781491955413

  • Rated 4.3 by 18 users
  • I loved Designing Voice User Interfaces. Also "Designing Bots", which of course has to be adapted, since with bots some things are possible that would not work on voice only. And thanks to your tweet, I've just ordered Designing Accross Senses. (Posted on Twitter)

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Designing Bots: Creating Conversational Experiences: Amir Shevat: 9781491974827

  • Rated 4.2 by 26 users
  • I loved Designing Voice User Interfaces. Also "Designing Bots", which of course has to be adapted, since with bots some things are possible that would not work on voice only. And thanks to your tweet, I've just ordered Designing Accross Senses. (Posted on Twitter)

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I loved Designing Voice User Interfaces. Also "Designing Bots", which of course has to be adapted, since with bots some things are possible that would not work on voice only. And thanks to your tweet, I've just ordered Designing Accross Senses.

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