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To the Western eye, Japanese-style UX design is sometimes perceived to be text-heavy and all over the place. Why do Japanese websites look so different to their western counterparts? 🤔
Having worked in various parts of the world, Tokyo-based UX/UI Designer Jairo found out that there are some key differences in web & app design between the West and Japan.
In this online talk, he will talk about UX in Japan and explain why Japanese websites often seem difficult and frustrating to navigate for foreigners.
🚀About Jairo 🚀
Jairo is a UX/UI Designer from Colombia based in Tokyo. After living and working in Stockholm for 6 years as a UX designer, he moved to Japan with his wife in the middle of 2020 to start a new life and new jobs. He's interested in sports, arts, design and tech.
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