Web Apps and CSS/Angular framework
Custom framework consisting of HTML/CSS elements as well as Angular components used by Washington State DSHS. Old, antiquated apps are being rewritten as modern web apps at DSHS and I was tasked to create a framework that each of these apps can use to provide a consistent look and feel between apps. So far 3 separate, large applications have been rewritten to use this new framework.
I was involved in both the creation and maintenance of the framework as well as the front-end developer in charge of deciding the UX and UI of each application with oversight of another UI designer. The framework is not only just CSS elements but also an Angular plugin published to a private NPM registry.
UX for each application involved working directly with the business groups, end-users, developers, and testing teams. Mockups, and prototypes were used for several portions of the apps and presented to Business and end-users.
A styleguide was created for the framework that details all the available elements and how to use them, complete with code samples. Training was performed to all the developers on how best to utilize the framework and how to ensure accessibility. Special attention was given to accessibility by following WCAG standards and a high-contrast version is available in each app that users can toggle on.