Friday 15th July, 2011
11:05am to 12:05pm
Everything done on a project from the time it's a whisper in someone's ear until well after it's launched is in service to and on behalf of creating a user experience. While we are all in the business of User Experience Design using our own particular set of skills, there are critical design moments in the life of a project when developers are all that stand between a great user experience and failure.
In reality, most teams do not have a dedicated UX advocate either on the design or development teams, so it must be a cause that belongs to us all.
In this session we'll discuss how developers can strengthen their design vocabulary to become stronger design advocates and how this will have a major impact not only on the success of the project, but on the career of the developer.
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