I'm a full-stack developer that is terrible with design, and I'm slowly learning more about UX and accessibility each year. I can't tell you how valuable it's been to start dipping my toes in the UX world, and how much of a better developer it's made me. So, I invited 3 people with UX/design backgrounds to talk about why it's important for developers to at least get comfortable with the fundamentals and the steps you can take to start getting more knowledgeable in these areas.
Andy Avellan - https://www.linkedin.com/in/andycavellan
Dan Cortes - https://www.linkedin.com/in/dan-cortes-8954b345
Raquel M. - https://www.linkedin.com/in/raquel-m-b6460a194
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