Steve Barnett is a front-end developer and user experience consultant. He loves applying user-centered design principles to front-end development.
He’s been building things for the web professionally since 2005 (and built things for fun for a while before that). In the past few years he’s worked as a front-end developer and UX person at Unboxed Consulting, Flow (now part of Deloitte Digital), and Praekelt Foundation. He’s also worked as a code mentor at codeX, helping people learn front-end and back-end development.
He’s a bit addicted to meetups and community things. He loves sharing what he learns, so he writes about it here (and cross-posts to Medium), speaks at conferences, and facilitates workshops. You can read a bit more about this on his community page. If he’s not busy with one of those, he’s probably crouched in an awkward position in front of something funny-looking, taking pictures of it.
Out there on the web
He loves open source so he keeps lots of things on GitHub like the contract he uses, the questions he asks clients, a template for lightweight UX Personas, checklists for UX and accessibility, and retrospective templates.
You can drop him a line at email@example.com. Sometimes he writes about himself things in the third person and it feels a bit odd ¯\_(ツ)_/¯.