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LiveWorx 2019

AR149B - Delivering a Powerful AR/VR User Experience for the Enterprise Employee

Session Description

Industries of all types are adopting emergent technologies such as augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) to become more versatile, productive and profitable. AR and VR and the mashup of the two, MR or XR, are especially adding value and superior levels of engagement with employees in areas such as training, performance support, onboarding, HR and more. Companies seeing success are making user experience strategy a critical ingredient. A well-designed UX requires a thorough understanding of the target audience, the context in which they will receive the information and the AR/VR/MR technology (hardware, software, company IT infrastructure) requirements. This session will lay out a strong and agile UX strategy that utilizes design thinking, audience empathy, contextual awareness and other ingredients of powerful user experience.


Session Presenter
Additional Information
AR/MR/VR
AR UX Design
The companies that are adopting AR/VR successfully are realizing in the design phase that their highest priority is not just the shiny new technology but it is skillfully delivering an engaging UX.
Augmented and virtual reality solutions are becoming increasingly more accessible and accepted by employees because of superior user experience design and improved hardware and software options.
Employees increasingly expect new technologies like AR & VR to help them do their jobs better and to provide more robust and fulfilling workplace experiences.
Breakout Session
45 minutes
Session Schedule