An experience of a product is set by everyone on the team, from the aesthetics to the validation on a field. Bringing UX into the back-end will explore the actual methods we can use in Java and HTML/CSS to help us ensure we’re building an accessible experience.
We’ll also be taking on these responsibilities, how our chosen language helps us do so and see the benefits of why we should be doing this.
Elizabeth Chesters is a Client Integration Engineer, working in telephony & security with Java and Node by day, and a volunteer UX by night. She is an ex-committee member of the Manchester Java Community. Having spoken in numerous countries about this topic, it is one dear to her and is persistent in her research in UX.