Voicebot Podcast Episode 33 – Sayspring CEO Mark Webster Discusses Voice App Prototyping and UX
Mark Webster is the CEO and Founder of Sayspring. Founded in 2016, Sayspring offers online software that allows anyone to quickly create interactive prototypes for voice applications on Amazon Alexa and Google Home. Mark is a designer by training and experience and earned a degree from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. He worked early in his career for the NBA’s entertainment division, has worked with several other digital media broadcast companies including Intercast Networks and spent time as a product director at Groupon. The Mark Webster interview offers many insights about designing for voice and discusses key differences between the leading platforms and how they impact user experience.
Show Notes – Mark Webster Interview
- Find Mark Webster and Sayspring on Twitter and the web: @markcwebster @sayspring Sayspring
- Read about Sayspring’s funding round in 2017: Sayspring Lands $1.5 Million in Funding to Help Designers Build Voice App Prototypes
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