You Can UX Too: Avoiding the Programmer's User Interface


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Great presentation. The tone was like one of a pleasant conversation among a small group. Speaker paced fairly well (despite a late start requiring a rush through the ending), spoke confidently and clearly, was obviously very empathetic with the audience, and made the already-informative content entertaining.

Aweosme talk, great perspective, entertaining and valuable.

Dave Pooser at 14:21 on 8 Apr 2016

Great talk that balanced the why-to and how-to aspects. Speaker should have warned us to don protective eyewear before advancing to "programmer's interface" slides. Bonus points for overcoming audio issues at the start. I have a list of people who should be required to attend this talk....

Mark Duncan at 15:05 on 8 Apr 2016

Really enjoyed this as a backend developer, I think it presented a fair point of view for both devs and ux designers. Learned to appreciate both sides and recognize that UX success is a team effort. Great talk.

Chris at 23:26 on 8 Apr 2016

I've worked with UX designers and other developers. This presentation, coming from a fellow developer, was good. We should care about the interfaces we build, and should not design the UX at the same time that we code.

Carlos Copto at 10:46 on 9 Apr 2016

Great talk, the speaker really understands what is to be a back-end developer and not focus on the user needs. Good information, examples and tips... for someone like me who doesn't like front-end stuff, this is a must-see talk.

David Trower at 17:09 on 21 Apr 2016

Wonderful presentation. As a professor, I see students that are programmers with no design skill and some of the programmer interfaces that they have turned in for assignments and projects aren't that different from some of the programmer interfaces shown in the talk. Great information on both sides.