Full stack developer? UX engineer?
I create software that's easy to use.
The modern world runs on software.
Nearly everything we use today is made possible by programming and design.
No matter how great an application looks or ingenious the idea, it's a waste if the thing doesn't even work!
You need code that works.
Not excuses, not apologies.
That's where the full stack comes in:
I am well versed with the development process from conception to publication.
I follow an agile cycle of continuous integration to ship fast and get feedback often!
This cuts down on waste by maintaining more flexibility, allowing you adapt more easily as the specifications and needs of your project change over time.
Give the people what they want.
Good developers know that usability dictates design, never the other way around.
You usually can't force people into using your software: but you can make them want to.
UX stands for User-Experience,
the key metric for most people using your software.
That's where UX Design comes in:
How well the end-user can use a piece of software is what UX is all about!
Proper UX evolves from a people-oriented approach at all stages of development.
Meet and exceed what the people expect. It will help you reach your goals faster than ever before!
Bad design, on the other hand, does one of two things:
- The user leaves with a negative impression from a bad experience.
- The user has no real choice and uses the software with frustration and resentment.
Either way, bad design is bad for you: your progress suffers and your goal becomes even harder to reach!
Building software is like building a home.
To build a good home, you must have plans, build on a proper foundation, and prioritize must-haves like walls and a roof above all else!
In software development and web design, this means having a solid development process and a back-end that is secure and flexible enough to weather whatever storms come your way!
It's important to have an idea of how you'd like to build your home to look before starting a project, but looks are not everything!
Just like a home, you're going to be living with your project for a while. It's important to hire a professional that can do the job right.
The shelter provides the value - not the drapes.
If you'd like help getting your project started right,
tell me about your project and what you would like it to do for you.
I'll provide you with unbias advise on what your project needs to succeed, as well as the things you'll want to avoid to keep the project within budget and finished on time!