A User-First Approach to APIs - WordCamp Philly 2015

A User-First Approach to APIs - WordCamp Philly 2015

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Helen Hou-Sandi

June 13, 2015
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  1. A User-First Approach to APIs Helen Hou-Sandí · WordCamp Philly

    2015 @helenhousandi
  2. @helenhousandi ·#wcphilly What’s a user?

  3. @helenhousandi ·#wcphilly What’s an API?

  4. @helenhousandi ·#wcphilly UI  UX

  5. @helenhousandi ·#wcphilly DUX  UX

  6. @helenhousandi ·#wcphilly APIs should not encourage bad UX.

  7. @helenhousandi ·#wcphilly APIs should not encourage bad UX.

  8. @helenhousandi ·#wcphilly APIs should encourage and enable good UX.

  9. @helenhousandi ·#wcphilly Security as user experience.

  10. @helenhousandi ·#wcphilly

  11. @helenhousandi ·#wcphilly So let’s rewrite the Settings API!

  12. @helenhousandi ·#wcphilly Good experiences need to be consistent experiences.

  13. @helenhousandi ·#wcphilly Admin Pattern Library

  14. @helenhousandi ·#wcphilly Fields API (?!)

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  22. @helenhousandi ·#wcphilly Fields API.

  23. @helenhousandi ·#wcphilly Data is not generic.

  24. @helenhousandi ·#wcphilly The future of (fields in) WordPress.

  25. @helenhousandi ·#wcphilly & Q A