We go about in our day looking at things, but not truly seeing them. Ironically, it’s only when we close our eyes that we can actually see a lot clearer and what’s in front of us becomes abundantly clear.
User experience (UX) design is all about visuals — creating a product or service that is visually appealing. But when vision takes precedence over sound, we neglect the power of our ears and the experiences and emotions they can elicit.
With this in mind, the 55 Minutes team was curious to explore how voice UX impacts our daily lives. With the support of Artwave Studio, we dig into the role that sounds and voice play in our modern lives, exploring various instances such as in fitness, games, and books.
Join us on our adventure as we strip our senses back and tap on our ears instead of our eyes, in our inaugural podcast series, Can you hear us?
Artwave is an audio content house creating meaningful encounters in sustainability, wellness,and the arts.
They are a team of creative writers, voiceover artists, sound designers, and audio engineers, assembled to produce original podcasts and novel audio-first experiences for listeners. With their strong understanding of story and ability to curate experiences, they create opportunities for meaningful encounters, taking inspiration from the most ordinary of things — objects, food, books, rituals, and more.
55 Minutes is a user experience design company using the human-centered approach to create joy for their users. Understanding people and getting insights into what drives human behaviour and emotions is what we do best. This helps us create better products and services that make our daily lives that much more delightful.