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UX for the Fullstack Developer

16th May 2019 in New York at Convene - 237 Park Avenue

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To consider yourself a “Fullstack Developer” you must have a basic understanding of UX. User experience and design are often hard problems for developers. You focus on code and hopefully, someone else will make sure it looks good and users enjoy using it. That’s because user experience requires a different set of tools and thought processes. Sometimes, however, you do not have the luxury of a design team on every project. Add some of these tools to your toolbox so that every product you work on from this point forward has the extra edge. Regardless of if you are building an AR/VR, ML, or Mobile/Web app, this talk will help you to:

  • Perform User Research

  • Use sketching sessions

  • Affinity diagramming

  • Design Information Architecture

  • Create Valuable Personas

  • Create User Journeys and Story Mapping

  • Usability Testing

  • Define Minimum Marketable Product

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UX for the Fullstack Developer

Heather Shockney

Fullstack developer at Major League Systems with a passion for design and user experience.

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To consider yourself a “Fullstack Developer” you must have a basic understanding of UX. User experience and design are often hard problems for developers. You focus on code and hopefully, someone else will make sure it looks good and users enjoy using it. That’s because user experience requires a different set of tools and thought processes. Sometimes, however, you do not have the luxury of a design team on every project. Add some of these tools to your toolbox so that every product you work on from this point forward has the extra edge. Regardless of if you are building an AR/VR, ML, or Mobile/Web app, this talk will help you to:

  • Perform User Research

  • Use sketching sessions

  • Affinity diagramming

  • Design Information Architecture

  • Create Valuable Personas

  • Create User Journeys and Story Mapping

  • Usability Testing

  • Define Minimum Marketable Product

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:

Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speaker

UX for the Fullstack Developer

Heather Shockney

Fullstack developer at Major League Systems with a passion for design and user experience.