If you're over the age of 30 or just have big fingers, you may have decided that "texting" isn't for you, but Jott just might be. Its premise is simple: if you have a cell phone, you can dial a toll-free number, dictate a brief e-mail and have it delivered as text to a single recipient or a group. You can leave a message up to 30 seconds long. Hang up when you're through, and a few minutes later the message shows up in your recipient's e-mail box and cell phone message list. Jott uses a combination of voice-recognition software and human transcribers when the software determines a successful transcription is dicey.
www.getdesign.in - My periodic blog exploring the world of business, experience design and interaction, with a smattering of gadgetry and social media. A world where business, people and technology meet.
Let's Fix Things: For over two decades I've been consulting in Communications Design: Everything from business strategy and processes, through to technology, interaction and customer experience. The thoughts here are my own, not necessarily that of my employer.
I have a penchant for spotting patterns and fixing broken user and customer experiences. Even my Bumblebee project hasn't escaped - I've been using Six Sigma techniques to study and predict their behaviour patterns. ☺