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iHub UXlab By Mark Kamau / February 5, 2013

Thursday: Crash Course on Human Centered Design with Stanford Faculty Followed By Talk and Q&A with Google’s Head of Personalization and Silicon Valley entrepreneur Max Ventilla

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6 – 7:30: Design thinking crash course by Stanford Faculty members Jeremy Weinstein (Political Science) and Jenny Stefanotti (Hasso Plattner School of Design, aka the d.school) 7:30 – 8:30:  Talk and Q&A with Silicon Valley entrepreneur Max Ventilla on human centered design in the startup world This Thursday we’re offering a crash

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iHub UXlab By Angela Okune / January 27, 2013

UX Lab Ideation Space: Startups Take Advantage of New Space

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Post by Mark Kamau, UX Lead When we set out to do the first user experience (UX) lab in Sub-Saharan Africa, one of the main missions was to develop a strong design culture in East Africa. We therefore set up a space fit for ideation and creative thinking. This space

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iHub UXlab By Abigael Wangui / November 14, 2012

CONTEXTUALIZED USER EXPERIENCE: THOUGHTWORKS & IHUB UX LAB

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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.

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iHub UXlab By Rachel Gichinga / October 22, 2012

Training for the Design Community | 29th October – 1st November 2012 | iHub

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                    Apart from building a state-of-the-art user experience testing lab, the iHub UX Lab has a mandate to help designers and developers make the process of designing tech products more user-centric. This means ensuring they learn and involve user experience and design

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iHub UXlab By Abigael Wangui / October 18, 2012

What is the iHub User Experience Lab and why does it matter to you?

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Kenya is an innovation hub – a common assertion on many forums. Products such as M-Pesa and Ushahidi have firmly put the country on the global tech map. But we need to start developing products that truly meet the needs of the population, and that are truly scalable, if we

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