Recalling our last training course, from 5.3. until 13.3, we had the opportunity to host 20 young people from six countries, who learned about Basic UX design. During the training course, they learned about user personas, user journeys, user flows, etc. However, their learning journey hasn’t finished after the end of the training course. We can say that, that was just the beginning. After successful participation and gaining skills, our participants had the opportunity to share their knowledge with others interested in the topic of UX Design.


Nejra Šećerbegović, Azra Mehdin, and Nejra Šabanović held a workshop in the field of UX Design on 31st March, at the premises of the Computer Center of the Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences. As you can tell learning process with BRAVO does not end just with training courses or youth exchanges. Our participants have an opportunity to as well to develop their soft skills such as public speaking, communication, leadership, and as well transversal skills.


This workshop was the first of the planned which will be held later on. By this, we aim to meet people with the Erasmus + initiative in general and connect youth with the EU and with the project and its goals. Nejra, Azra, and Nejra shared their experience about participating in the training course and presented the basics of UX Design to attendees. This was a great opportunity for them to as well be in the role of educator and improve their skills. 


In case you are not sure about which project we are talking about, we will refresh your memories. “Sharing Design Your Job” is a project that has the overall objective of “Creating and testing new ICT education programs and methodologies suitable for systematic prequalification and re-training of unemployed or marginalized young people”. It is a continuation of the “Design Your Job” (DYJ) that uses NFL methods, and mobilities to attract and motivate focused young people to gain hands-on and practical competencies. With these competencies, our users are capable, right after our education process, to find a job, starting their job, or at least improving their income situation (usually with Freelancing). 


So, if you are interested in UX Design, we will have more workshops like this. Stay tuned for more. 

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