Keyede Erinfolami

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University Of Ilorin, Nigeria
IOS, Social Media, Productivity Tools
  • Keyede is obsessed with how things work. She hasn't stopped asking (and finding out) "What happens if you press this?" since she got her first phone, a Sendo P200, back in the 2000s.
  • Her curiosity is spurred on by the endless innovation in the tech space, and she has spent her career discovering and reporting the many ways tech can improve the quality of daily life.
  • She has also written punchy video scripts for Nigeria's biggest tech YouTuber, Fisayo Fosudo.


Keyede combines a three-year expertise in crafting web content with a deep love and knowledge of tech, an industry where innovation never ceases and you never see it all. She started out writing about the complexities of cryptocurrencies and the blockchain, back in 2019. Since then, she has written easy-to-follow how-to guides and explainer pieces for prominent publications such as MakeUseOf and iJunkie. Today, she teaches and covers consumer technology, how-tos and explainers, and provides general tech commentary.


Keyede graduated from the University of Ilorin, Nigeria, with a Bachelor of Science in mass communication. Minoring in print media, she learned how to maximize the written text for impactful communication, and the skill proves useful in her work at OneByte.
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