I recently gave a webinar session on website UX for libraries as part of the cool SEFLIN Virtual Conference that went on last week. Here are my slides from my session – enjoy!
I’m participating in a really cool virtual conference this Friday focused on UX for libraries. Here’s the info:
What: User Experience: Seeing Your Library through the User’s Eyes
When: Friday, September 19, 2014
Description: User Experience, or UX, is an increasingly important way of evaluating and informing library practices. UX focuses on knowing about our patrons and understanding their perspectives, then using that to inform everything that libraries do, from our websites to the services we provide to the physical layout of our buildings. Join five nationally recognized experts on user experience in libraries for this one-day, live online conference!
Speakers include: Michael Stephens, Aaron Schmidt, Kathryn Whitenton, Elliot Felix, and David Lee King
I lead a seminar on collaborative technology in libraries for SEFLIN today – it was a good time, with a TON of information going by pretty fast! Here’s a copy of my slides:
And here’s a list of the websites we looked at: