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CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
Auditory interfaces increasingly support access to website content, through recent advances in voice interaction. Typically, however, these interfaces provide only limited audio styling, collapsing rich visual design into a static audio output style with a single synthesized voice. To explore the potential for more aesthetic and intuitive sound design for websites, we prompted 14 professional sound designers to create auditory website mockups and interviewed them about their designs anddoi:10.1145/3491102.3517695 fatcat:kx7lemls2nhk7i6f5f6fb7nqja