Natural language processing is a powerful tool in building investigatory user interfaces for data exploration. See how conversation UI can be used to interrogate highly connected data to produce context driven data visualization and analytics.
This year at the Data Day 2017 conference in Austin,TX, keynote speaker Emil Eifrem declared 2017 the Year of Graph. Graph data storage certainly is becoming more mainstream, with a myriad of both commercial and open-source options currently available and maturing at an accelerated pace. But so what? Why should user experience practitioners, or anyone else that is not a database administrator, care about this trend in data storage technology?
What are the next big trends in UX? At our recent Expero Summit, we discussed many advances that promise to transform how users interact with technologies. As augmented reality and other technologies take substantive form, it’s more and more about what the user needs from these amazing technologies and less about how cool the technology actually is. It’s a given that the technology is only going to get cooler. What’s not as obvious is whether the user is ready for it.
When designing and developing software, it is critical to take into account the limitations of the technology employed, especially hardware—things like computers, boxes and other physical devices. But there’s another aspect to hardware that should be taken into account and is often overlooked: the user.