I’m Nigerian and I live in Lagos, Nigeria.
I’ve always been interested in art and design and have been drawing since I was about 4 or 5. When I went to Uni, I majored in Computer Science and discovered Product Design in my second year. It felt like the perfect amalgamation of my interests and skills so I decided that was what I wanted to do with my career.
I chose the Accessibility bootcamp because it’s not something that considered for a lot of products on this side of the world. There are also few mandates from the Government to implement accessible solutions, and where there are, there’s very little enforcement. I wanted to learn how to create more accessible products so that fewer people feel excluded.
It is a no pressure learning environment and it feels like the content provided and the instructors are crafted to create the best possible understanding of what’s being taught.
Getting to use Figjam in a different and more engaging way.
Applying what I learn in way that is practical but still very creative and satisfies usability standards and aesthetics as well.
I usually take my classes in the evening after work. I sit at my desk with my bottle and have a great time with my classmates virtually.
Pomodoro app (for helping my focus during work),
I’ve got lots of playlists, but my current fave