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A jobseeker’s guide to UX – User Experience

By Marina Barboza / April 16, 2021

Over the last decade, “user experience” (UX) has become a buzzword in the field of human-computer interaction (HCI) and interaction design. User Experience is everything that involves the way any user interacts with the world around them. In UX, all stages of the customer’s interaction with the brand are considered, from the first “encounter”, to […]

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Ireland expected to resume paused AstraZeneca vaccine delivery

By Emma Monaghan / March 17, 2021

Eleven states in Europe, including Ireland,  France and Germany have suspended the use of AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine; a precautionary pause following reports of post-vaccine blood clots in Norway and Germany. Young volunteers are exposed to Covid-19 in new UK study The Current State of the Music Industry amid Covid-19 Slow Covid Vaccine Distribution Adds to […]

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The Louvre’s Lockdown Makeover

By Emma Monaghan / February 21, 2021

The largest museum in the world has been closed for almost four months due to the pandemic, but no time is wasted in Paris; the beautiful Louvre is having a makeover.  8 peculiar international museums to visit online during lockdown 5 creative ways you can satisfy the urge to travel even if you’re stuck at […]

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The Who Cancel 2021 UK & Ireland Tour

By Emma Monaghan / February 17, 2021

The Who, originally set to reach thousands of fans this spring, have been forced to cancel their 10 UK and Ireland tour dates due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The Current State of the Music Industry amid Covid-19 Music with cooking: the best spice you should add. How Music & Arts Can Help You Deal […]

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Shortlists Released for the 2021 Oscars

By Emma Monaghan / February 15, 2021

Last week, films from nine categories were announced to have made shortlists for the 93rd Academy Awards. The Oscars this year will be a strange one, as cinemas have been closed almost everywhere for nearly a year! During 2020, the big online streaming servers, like Netflix and Amazon Prime, had to take the reins of […]

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Cheat sheet for chic winter fashion

By Yishi Chakrabarty / January 7, 2021

Wintertime can give you a hard time in so many different ways. Popular media advertises winter fashion as incredibly classy and satisfying, and at times, as even better than summer fashion (mostly for the benefit of dynastic fashion houses). However, for a lot of us, the process of putting together outfits for the cold weather […]

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Further temporary extension of immigration permissions

By Sonia / December 22, 2020

The Department of Justice has announced the extension of Irish Resident Permit permissions for those in Ireland until 20th April 2021.    Announcing the measure, Minister McEntee said,   “This Christmas, because of COVID-19 and public health guidelines, many in our migrant communities will be unable to visit their loved ones back home or may […]

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How to tackle morning depression

By Yishi Chakrabarty / December 22, 2020

Trigger warning: Some aspects of the content may be triggering. If you or someone you know needs help, please contact Samaritans at 116 123 or Pieta at 1800 247 247. Morning depression is not simply the failure to fine-tune one’s circadian rhythm, or the experience of crippling brain fog upon waking up, or the inability […]

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Championing employment for Asylum Seekers in Ireland: Roos Demol

By Sonia / December 16, 2020

Moving to Ireland in 1998, Roos Demol is the brain behind Ireland’s first specialist recruitment consultancy & agency for Refugees, Asylum Seekers & Migrants.   Emigrating with her husband who was offered a job here in Cork, Roos never wanted to move to Ireland herself, “I followed him here,” she explains, “because my husband is […]

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“We want the international community to have a voice” DCU’s latest Christmas project

By Sonia / December 10, 2020

As the holiday season sets in, Dublin City University’s Senior International Officer has embarked on a new venture that he calls a celebration of international cultures. Interviewing the vivacious Colum Cronin, Babylon learns the inspiration behind DCU’s latest Christmas project that focuses on the international community, what it is about and what it ultimately aims […]

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