• Continuous Design: The SVA Library's Iterative Website

    Author(s):
    David Pemberton, Phoebe Stein (see profile)
    Date:
    2018
    Subject(s):
    Human-computer interaction
    Item Type:
    Presentation
    Tag(s):
    2018 ARLIS/NA Conference, Library websites, User experience, Usability
    Permanent URL:
    https://doi.org/10.17613/2ks3-qt92
    Abstract:
    In the last decade, user centered design and user experience (UX) practitioners have become increasingly important in the process of creating useful, intuitive interfaces. In libraries, UX work is often left to librarians themselves. In a paper about UX librarians, this session’s moderator Craig MacDonald finds that they “share a user-centered mindset and many common responsibilities covering user research, usability testing, and space/service assessments.” This session will feature presentations from five libraries and museums that have undertaken UX work in the context of designing library websites and tools. From the SVA Library, Phoebe Stein and David Pemberton will discuss the creation of a brand new library website and picture collection database through all stages of design and implementation. Presented as part of the Different by Design: How Art Librarians Are Undertaking User Experience panel.
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    Last Updated:
    5 months ago
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