Career & Education

Digital firm, UTech to launch user experience lab

Sunday, January 13, 2019

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GLOBAL digital company RealDecoy has partnered with the University of Technology Jamaica to launch a pioneer user experience lab early this year.

According to RealDecoy, the lab will provide a select group of UTech students with access to lectures, workshops and resources to help them launch their career in user experience design.

“RealDecoy and UTech see the lab as an opportunity to develop the next generation of Jamaica's digital leaders and innovators. The lab will not only provide them with the hard skills required by the job, but exposure to the different aspects involved in a full-fledged web development project, from research to design to production; provide real-world work experience and access to a network of global international professionals and industry experts,” a release from the company said.

RealDecoy is a business technology specialist that helps B2B and B2C organisations maximise their investments in e-commerce, site search and data insight. It is headquartered in Ottawa, Canada, and has a strong presence in the United States — where customers include companies that top the Fortune and Internet Retailer lists — as well as in Jamaica, in some of the Caribbean's largest banking and exporting businesses.


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