UX research & ethnographic design for humanitarian technology.

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Eriol has been working in the non-profit, humanitarian technology sector for the past two years immersed in how to build technology products and services that empower and give access to people in the global south or ‘developing countries’ often around difficult topics like Genocide, Democracy, gender-based violence and in difficult circumstances such as informal settlements (slums) and areas where radicalisation is high.

This talk focuses on two projects that involved UX research in developing countries looking at Peacebuilding and technology and Crisis response/community resilience and technology including tips on how to approach difficult topics when researching these areas or these countries along with some tips for those looking to work or learn more about how to conduct UX research in these places.


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