Voice Prototyping
Beta

The voice prototyping features enable you to add realistic voice interactions with speech-to-text (STT) and text-to-speech (TTS) capabilities. Examples are voice commands that can be picked up and text that can be spoken out loud.

By including conversation design using voice interactions, you can easily make realistic prototypes for accessibility, voice search, voice assistants, and dictation apps, and so much more – experiences that simply go beyond touching a screen.

There are 1 trigger and 2 responses to create voice interactions. The Listen response allows you to enable listening to voice commands in your prototype. To have responses triggered based on voice commands, you would have to use the Voice Command trigger. You always need the Listen response first in order to use the Voice Command trigger.

Moreover, the Speak response is meant to make the prototype "speak" by reading text out loud.

As long as ProtoPie has microphone and internet access on your computer or smart device, you can use prototypes with voice interactions in/on the following:

Speech-to-text interactions

  • Preview window of ProtoPie Studio

  • ProtoPie Player

  • ProtoPie Cloud

    • Google Chrome on desktop

    • Google Chrome on Android

Text-to-speech interactions

  • Preview window of ProtoPie Studio

  • ProtoPie Player

Supported languages for voice prototyping

  • 52 languages and language variants for listening.

  • 40 languages and language variants for speaking.

Send Feedback

Voice prototyping is currently in Beta. We would love to hear any feedback you may have—improvements or otherwise!

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