We always hear UX design, but what about UX on the development side? Here's a checklist to make sure UX is taken care of while developing.
Do images have alt text?
<img src="" alt="Photo of cat sleeping">
Screen reader is reading the page correctly?
Turn on VoiceOver on Mac with
Cmd + F5
Checked markup on Markup Validation Service?
Is the page useable with keyboard only?
Measured page performance?
Using a tool called LightHouse developed by Google, you can check how well is your page performing on the Chrome Dev Tools
Is the website responsive?
does the website works on both desktop and mobile browser? Does it work on different phones?
Contrast ratio of the text?
WebAim has a tool where you can check the contrast ratio of 2 colors. The higher the contrast ratio the better.
Meaningful heading hierarchy?
Headings help users and search engine identify what content is on your websites. Headings can be used to separate content into sections.