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iHub UXlab By Mark Kamau / March 18, 2013

UX THURSDAYS : Free UX review for your product. Book now!

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The iHub UX lab has been hard at work ensuring that user experience techniques reach the community and are helping start ups in a practical way. How? Instead of having generic random workshops, we have been pursuing a 2 prong strategy to ensure that UX is practically relevant to the

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iHub UXlab By Mark Kamau / March 16, 2013

Water Solutions For Local People: Ideation for Water

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Despite having access to drinking water being a basic human need and right, there are thousands of people in the country who experience severe shortage of water. It is a complex problem, but one different stakeholders can pull together and figure out. iHub Research conducted a comprehensive research study that

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iHub UXlab By Mark Kamau / February 20, 2013

Every Thursday is UX Thursday!!

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The iHub User Experience lab will conduct weekly 2 hours sessions to share, showcase and discuss how to design products, services and events in order to increase satisfaction and customer loyalty. Each Thursday we will have a 2 hour session discussing various topics. Additionally, we will have one-on-one sessions with

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iHub UXlab By Mark Kamau / February 16, 2013

Stanford Dschool’s | iHub UX lab Design thinking workshop. What a week!

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When we set out to do the first user experience lab in Sub Saharan Africa. We had our focus squarely on the community.  Africa is buzzing with a lot of tech and a lot of work is getting done left right and center; from tech and social enterprise. There has

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iHub By Rachel Gichinga / February 15, 2013

Data For Public Good | Talk by Sarah Williams, Director of the Civic Data Design Lab, MIT | 18th February, 2013 | 6 – 7:30 pm | iHub

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On Monday, 18th February at 6 pm, Sarah Williams, Director of the Civic Data Design Lab at The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), will speak about her use of data visualization to expose urban issues. Williams will specifically address using social media and cell phone data to analyze city dynamics.

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