There are many people like me. People that are interested in technology, but simply do not know how to code. It is tough to break into this industry. You have to discover what value you can bring to the table for tech companies. We are often short sighted and think that we have to be engineers... But nothing is less true.
Conversational interfaces are hot. Every company is working on new exciting use cases and is exploring the latest technologies to engage with users in a conversational way. For years, companies have tried to improve the user experience and to make it easier for people to get jobs done. Now the technology is finally ready to engage with users through real and natural conversations: the Holy Grail of user experience.
Conversation designers are in high demand on LinkedIn. But what should HR look for when recruiting them? Which skills define the conversation designer? Allow me to paraphrase a great writer. One is not born but rather becomes a conversation designer. I became one too.
There are many types of designers. There is not even a simple thing like a digital designer anymore. If you go on Linkedin, you will find interface designers, visual designers, experience designers, user experience designers, behavior designers, and many more. One type that is becoming increasingly more popular is the conversation designer. But what is it?