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Part of our mission at Balsamiq is to spread the knowledge of User Experience.
We have been tweeting more about it (both at our @balsamiq and @uxapprentice accounts), sharing useful resources via our social channels, writing blog posts and interviewing Balsamiq Champions to inspire you with their awesome work.
And here is another piece to the puzzle.
UX Apprentice is a web site that covers some of the basics of the practice, teaches you the basics with an easy process to follow, and provides links for digging deeper and perfecting the craft.
We developed this learning resource to help people who want to begin a learning path in User Experience working with Theresa Neil, an author and consultant who educates companies about UX Design.
Making UX Apprentice available in multiple languages was a natural next step to help people all over the world take advantage of it. We even heard that the site is being used in schools to teach the basics UX, we wanted to make sure that all kids around the world can understand it fully!
We've already translated UX Apprentice from English into
Click on the world icon at UXApprentice.com and you'll find all the available languages.
Other languages are already on their way!
We are looking for volunteers to translate the UX Apprentice in as many languages as possible.
If you want to be part of this UX educational project, just follow these simple instructions.
It's not a huge amount of effort, and you'll truly be making a difference in helping rid the world of bad software. You'll probably learn a thing or two in the process, and will forever be enshrined on the UX Apprentice Credits page. 🙂
We're looking forward to working with you!
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