November 29, 2018
The University of Technology has partnered with international digital agency RealDecoy to give students a hands-on introduction into the world of user experience design.
We announced the lab at the UTECH Internship Fair on November 16. Our UX designer, Ron-Cey Kirkland and UX strategist, Ryan Lincoln were on-site to give a brief introduction to the workshop.
Interested in attending the lab? Register your interest here!
What will the lab do?
The University of Technology has partnered with international digital agency RealDecoy to give students a hands-on introduction into the world of user experience design. Participants in the Lab’s program will get invaluable hands on experience, solving real UX/UI problems for real companies. Our program will cover skills in:
- Visual design
- Wireframe Development & Prototyping
- Writing for the web
- Conversion Optimization
- Data Analytics
When will it be?
Starting 2019, the lab will be open on Thursdays from 3 - 5pm, in the SCIT building.
Located in Canada, the USA and Jamaica, RealDecoy is an international digital commerce firm, spearheading digital transformation locally. Through the years, they've helped some of the world’s most recognizable brands boost conversions, streamline services, and implement technology; brands like American Express, Harvard Business Review, Coach and Samsung and regional powerhouses like Grace Kennedy and JMMB.
How do I sign up?
Sign up for our mailing list here! We’ll be sending out information, including eligibility, criteria for selection, application process, start date, participants, activities and schedule.
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