UX Architecture: How do I design a user-friendly site?
The ethics of web development
One of the hardest things to do as a site architect and back end administrator is to think like a user. When I designed Fanvertise.com, TheClosetRedmond.net, and this site, there were so many different user experiences that I went a little mad with flowcharts. I’ve architected other sites that have multiple enterprise-level uses and functions, […]
As coders, we are frequently exposed to passwords, financial information, and very personal facts that our clients may not even be aware they’re showing us. I’m often passed login information for Facebook pages, Twitter accounts, Ebay accounts, and server passwords, often without any real understanding of how much trouble a person can cause with that […]
GeekGirlCon is coming up soon in Seattle! GeekGirlCon I will be proposing a panel on women coders. This panel is specifically for younger women to ask about what it’s like to work in coding, how to act, how to get a job, and how to deal with colleagues who may not understand their unique gifts […]