CONTEXTUALIZED USER EXPERIENCE: THOUGHTWORKS & IHUB UX LAB

From *iHub_ Wed Nov 14 2012, 10:54:43

The iHub UX Lab in collaboration with ThoughtWorks successfully completed the first UX training for the community Nairobi tech community. The aim of the training was to dimistify user experience design by letting the community learn and apply user practical user experience techniques on products they are actually working on. What this hands on approach [...] Related posts:

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