Business Wire reports a surprising study on the blind and visually impaired and their use of smart speakers. According to Strategy Analytics, the current designs of smart speakers that rely heavily on visual feedback are keeping the blind from enjoying a beneficial smart home experience. Why is this the case? Report author and UX Innovation Practice Director Lisa Cooper will join us to answer this question.
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