Designing Human-Centered Applications

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Jim Tyrrell
Senior Principal Solutions Architect,
Red Hat

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Emily Jarvis
Moderator and Senior Events Manager,

Agencies across government are taking a human-centered design approach.

Human-centered design is a way of approaching problem-solving that prioritizes the perspective and experience of, yes - you guessed it - humans. However, when developers spend a great deal of time writing software for human consumption, they often don’t consider users in the process.

One way to that is to take a human-centered design approach when creating applications is to utilize microservices - a distributed and loosely coupled architectural structure that allows development teams to rapidly build new components of apps to meet changing business needs.

Watch on demand to learn how to avoid the weeds of any particular technology stack and instead focus on human-centered technology needs.

Specifically, you'll learn:
  • How to complement your development and deployment efforts with human considerations using the 5 Es (Entice, Enter, Engage, Exit and Extend).
  • How agencies have utilized microservices successfully.
  • How to identify and overcome common barriers in microservice creation.

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