Good news for AU students who want to improve their UX skills

Good news for AU students who want to improve their UX skills

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ORBIT Lab and the Copenhagen-based tech startup, Preely, form a partnership that will enable AU students to develop their user experience and design skills and conduct remote user testing on their digital projects.  Many AU students – regardless of their study program – will work with digital applications during the course of their studies. Some study programs focus on the technical aspects in a design process; e.g. how can we build an app? Others focus more on the business side of the product; what business model should we go for, and how can we create a demand in the market? Often, the design process is completed before involving the users – choices have been made based on assumptions about the users’ preferences and behavior. However, building successful digital products requires…
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New partnership to introduce XR technology to AU students

New partnership to introduce XR technology to AU students

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ORBIT Lab and the Aarhus-based software development and consulting company, Unity Studios, are forming a partnership to increase knowledge about and experience with XR technology (Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Mixed Reality). The industry is beginning to spot – and invest in – XR technology, which still has great unexploited potential. Grundfos, one of Unity Studios' largest customers, uses XR technology, for example, to hold customer meetings, train employees and provide support from a distance.  As the first and only certified Microsoft Mixed Reality Partner in Denmark, and with customers such as Saxo Bank, Total, Haldor Topsøe and Novo Nordisk, Unity Studios is one of the frontrunners in getting the technologies integrated into leading Danish companies. However, for students who want to learn about and work with the technology, there are…
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