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iHub By Linda Kisilu / September 19, 2014

Be a part of the BBC “World have your say” radio show airing at iHub

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Is Kenya leading Africa’s technological march? Is the so-called ‘Silicon Savannah’ making power become accountable? And how exactly are Kenyans using technology to solve everyday problems? The BBC World Have Your Say programme is excited to bring together some of the movers and shakers in Nairobi’s tech scene. Grab a

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iHub UXlab By Lynda Okoko / September 18, 2014

Bad judgement – Experience – Good judgement.

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A sort of continuation from my last blog ‘Desiderata’. Another UX word or should I say UX practice I have come across in my day to day newbie life is that of ‘critique’. Now I’m talking about ‘giving a detailed analysis of something’ and in design this analysis is not just an

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iHub Research By Nanjira Sambuli / September 17, 2014

What Tracking Misinformation in Tana Delta Entails

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The Una Hakika project, which iHub is proud to support, focuses on creating an information system in which crowdsourced data is used to map the origins and flow of misinformation within the Tana Delta while also testing the effectiveness of countermeasures in order to reduce the influence of misinformation. MORE ABOUT

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iHub UXlab By Lynda Okoko / September 17, 2014

Latin ‘desired things’

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Susan Dray summarizes my idea of the iHub user experience (UX) lab with her quote ‘if the user can’t use it, it doesn’t work’. I’m a UX newbie by the way. Three months in and I’m still walking around with my pocket dictionary (aka Wikipedia app), but certain words have

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