Posts tagged with UX in Blog Library Tech Talk

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picture of a paper card sort on the floor
April 8, 2016
  • Heidi Burkhardt
Everyone who works in the library, including some student workers, uses the intranet -- that’s over 450 people! In preparation for a major Drupal update and intranet redesign, the Intranet Upgrade Investigation Team (IUIT) has done a ton of thoughtful user research to guide our work including a survey, open card sort and closed cart sort. The findings are informing our progress and helping meet the goal of making the intranet a sustainable and user friendly tool that everyone wants to use.
Representation of a User Journey visualization
March 18, 2016
  • Ben Howell
How does a library present the right information to patrons at the right time and place in the face of changing services, new technologies and vendors? User Journeys provide a way to create and improve what information, services and tools will help users on their path to the resources and services they seek. Find out what insights our team gained from developing User Journeys and we'll tell you about tools, resources and templates you can use to make your own!
What is needed for designing large web-based systems?
January 26, 2016
  • Trevor Dobias
This post is a brief overview of the process in designing for large web-based systems. This includes understanding what makes up an interface and how to start fresh to create a good foundation that won't be regrettable later.
Photo of a computer screen that appears to be transparent.
September 3, 2014
  • Ian Demsky
How much do people actually read on the web? Not much. UX Myths presents the evidence.