Making the Web Less Annoying: Front-end and UX Rants and Fixes
After years of designing and building websites, Senior UX Designer Marissa Epstein and Senior Front-end Developer Mike Herchel have a lot of opinions about what makes a good site experience.
Join them for a rant about what causes the most friction for your users and learn what you can do about them in your own projects. They’ll provide designer and developer solutions for such problems as
- Slow loading
- Awkward layouts
- Janky interactions
- Weak mobile experiences
- Dealing with stakeholders that ask for 💩.
This session is great for front-end devs and designers, or anyone curious about either area. Stop annoying your users and allow them to get stuff done!
Senior UX Designer at Lullabot. Marissa loves seamless design experiences, organization, psychology, and pretentious food. She works remotely from Providence, RI.
Mike Herchel is a senior front-end developer at Lullabot. He has been creating websites since 2001, and developing with Drupal since 2007. He is one of the lead organizers of Florida Drupalcamp, and is always willing to advocate for the Drupal and free open source communities He’s also a host of the Lullabot podcast, which is a bi-weekly podcast on Drupal, design, and web development.