Hello humans 👋🏿

I'm Wadzanayi Kim, a UX Engineer from Zimbabwe*. Currently based in the UK.

*Zimbabwe is a teapot-shaped country in southern Africa.

Hello humans 👋🏿

I'm Wadzanayi Kim, a UX Engineer from Zimbabwe*. Currently based in the UK.

*Zimbabwe is a teapot shaped country in southern Africa.

Designing for real human connections 🤳🏾

I am a Mentor Hockey player Food lover Designer  Strategist  Researcher

I merge my Computer Science background and visual design experience to create and manage digital products that help socially conscious organisations expand their capacity for impact.

Currently, I’m pursuing an MSc in Human-Computer Interaction at the University of Nottingham. This program is helping me sharpen my skills in understanding user behaviour and needs: and translating them into software and systems that resonate with customers, clients, and users. My goal? To bridge the gap between technology and human needs, crafting solutions that are both powerful, ethical and delightful to use.

Zeen – Wellbeing App

A mental wellbeing mobile app designed to support Zimbabwean teenagers on their mental health and wellbeing journey.

Zeen – Wellbeing App

A mental wellbeing mobile app designed to support Zimbabwean teenagers on their mental health and wellbeing journey.

Fix My City – Service Delivery App

Helping city councils to react fast to service delivery challenges and allowing residents to actively participate in finding solutions to the challenges faced by the city.

Fix My City – Service Delivery App

Helping city councils to react fast to service delivery challenges and allowing residents to actively participate in finding solutions to the challenges faced by the city.

Illinois State – Supportive Services Directory

Developing an online directory to offer an easy way for incarcerated individuals to access contacts and resources that would help them to reintegrate back into society.

Illinois State - Supportive Services Directory

Developing an online directory to offer an easy way for incarcerated individuals to access contacts and resources that would help them to reintegrate back into society.

Get in touch

You made it here, phew! I’m always happy to make new connections, work on exciting projects, and have some fun. Here’s how to reach me.