Posted on: 23 December 2013
T’was the Night Before Kwanza
T’was the night before Kwanza
And all through the home
Not a creature was stirring
Except dad and mom
They struggled and sweated
And panted and swore
And cussed at each other,
At their own hair they tore
What was it you ask
Caused such ruckus and clatter
On such a festive occasion
What could be the matter?
Parental controls on Johnny’s tablet you know
Had dad steaming and fuming and ready to blow.
Creating accounts and configuring settings
Had mom regretting the smartphone that Suzy was getting
Technology so small yet so hard and complex
Mom just made phone calls… and sent occasional texts.
Social media and cloud, mobile web and Hangouts,
Were mysteries to dad, like quantum physics no doubt.
Now just when you think that all hope was lost
That because of complexity the gifts would be tossed
There sprung from the chimney in clothes oh so trendy
The user experience team from Akendi
They had skills in IA, so stuff could be found
Their usability testing was the best kind around
The design team’s GUIs were so clean and aesthetic
Without their help products could be really pathetic
Akendi helps make products that are easy to use
So simple that users are never confused
So for Kwanza, Hanukah, Christmas and Festivus too
We wish good user experiences… from Akendi to you.