The Sulgrave Youth Club, for ages eight to 19 - or up to 25 for those with learning difficulties - have been running the project through The Microsoft Hub Programme.
The club, in Goldhawk Road, aims to give young people opportunities to create schemes, take responsibility within their community, gain new skills and make new friends.
Her Royal Highness, as a patron for UK Youth, went to see the achievements of The Hub project on behalf of UK Youth and Microsoft on March 3, along with local MP Andy Slaughter.
She commented on how the project seemed to have really impacted the young people, watched the Sulgrave promotional video, spoke to the young people and watched a graphic design session in action.
She also conducted a meet and greet with key adults from Sulgrave, Microsoft and UK Youth.
The youngsters act as the club’s personal design and promotion team, creating leaflets, logos, letterheads and formal templates using photoshop.
The Sulgrave members have visited the elderly residents at John Betts House to help them with their IT needs from setting up Skype, saving photographs on their iPads, teaching them how to use email to just having a cup of tea and sharing life.
Ryan Nolan, IT Champion and Peer Mentor, 15, said: "The graphic design project at Sulgrave means a lot to me, it's helped me with my confidence and boosted my creativity skills.
"I’ve made new friends that I wouldn’t have had without it. The youth workers are really kind and helpful if I have any problems. They always have my best interest at heart."
Nick Sazeides, Club Manager, said: "It was great to be able to host Princess Anne, we really thank UK Youth for the opportunity. The day was all about highlighting the achievements of the young people, and the organisations that made it happen."
Microsoft has funded 65 hubs across the country to help skill up young people in IT. UK Youth manage the fund and reached out to all clubs within their membership.