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Prayson Daniel: student at the Persuasive Design programme

Prayson Daniel: student at the Persuasive Design programme

The combination of information, technology and insight in developing business, health, or academic solutions, sets Persuasive Design apart from other IT programmes.

Lagt online: 11.04.2016

The core reason I joined Persuasive Design programme was and is the desire to contribute in creation of compelling, useful, and enjoyable tools that are intuitively usable, user delightful, reinforce customer loyalty, and facilitate strategic decision-making processes. The fruits of this programme emerged when I began working as a student UX designer and data analyst in branded data analysis company IDC Nordic.
 
Skills and experiences acquired in different Persuasive Design programme’s projects has  enable me  guide my team into leveraging the full potential of information technologies surrounding our organization and services into creation of business value for our customers. The combination of information, technology and insight in developing business, health, or academic solutions, and the flexibility of self-driven on field projects, sets Persuasive Design apart from other IT programmes. I was prepared to face contemporary information technologies challenges in different organization using both an emerging field of human-computer interaction ideas and old-and-tried logical and philosophical ideas.

Prayson Daniel holds a bachelor degree in Theological Studies. He is completing his Master in Information Technology & Persuasive Design and is employed as both as student Data Analyst (IDC Nordic), and  UX Specialist (IDC).