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Code For Life was started in 2014 by a group of volunteers within Ocado Technology. Dedicated to create free, open source games to teach children how to program, it's an inspiring and forward thinking project that is now helping more than 80 000 users worldwide.
However, the website was entirely created by developers and a few years later, the need to improve both the look and feel and the usability of the main website arose.
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Florian Aucomte is a one-year Technology Intern at Ocado Technology.
James Holland currently works as the UX/UI Designer at Code for Life, part of Ocado Technology, redesigning the Code for Life web portal and the UI of games that are currently in development. He has previously headed up website design and development at Ashridge Executive Education, now part of Hult Business School.