(CANCELLED) Developers: Why Care About the User?

Track: Tools
Skill Level: Beginner
Room: Room A313
Time Slot: Thu 2/23, 1:00 PM
Tags: ux , design
Abstract

As developers, we deal with technologies, frameworks, and data, making it very easy to forget that what we create is meant for real people to use.

While designers and UI specialists should handle most decisions about how a product or service looks and feels, we should all be on the same page to make better solutions. Whether we are building an interface for a desktop website, mobile application, or chatbot, what are some basic design concepts that we as developers can pick up, allowing us to be on the same page with designers and product owners during product meetings and discussions?

Andrew Malek

Andrew is a UI developer and occasional designer at NCR, focusing on POS (point-of-sale) and clienteling solutions. He has two decades of development experience in languages such as JavaScript, Visual Basic, Python, and C, and will admit to having developed a content management solution with Delphi and Perl if backed into a corner.

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