Feb 11, 2020 5:46:00 PM
User1st CEO Amihai Miron discusses his experience and lessons learned while with co-founding User1st.
Today I had the pleasure of interviewing Amihai Miron, the co-founder and CEO of User1st, a provider of advanced web and mobile accessibility solutions for testing, remediation, monitoring and compliance. A user experience designer by training, Miron co-founded User1st in Israel in 2012 to find a better way for designing and maintaining websites with accessibility for people with disabilities. Miron’s desire to help people in need stemmed from being the son of a Holocaust survivor, which made him sensitive to other people’s feelings and perspectives. While in his twenties, Miron worked and volunteered for organizations that helped disadvantaged children, directly managing more than 40 students across 15 schools throughout Jerusalem. His fulfilling work with children led him to pursue a career helping people, and his Buddhist belief of giving back to his community also contributed to his decision.
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Written by Raegan Bartlo