Intelligent (UX) Design is a blog that discusses user experience design (UXD) and how this concept can be applied to and practiced in library and business services, technologies, policies, and infrastructures. UXD is the art and science of making users’ perceptions of and experiences with objects, products, and services more valuable, pleasurable, and easy. Creating positive perceptions/experiences and satisfying users’ needs encourage people return to a product or service again and again.
This blog explores all fields related to UXD, including usability, accessibility, interaction design, information architecture, human computer interaction, human factors engineering, and user interface design.
The purpose of this blog is to create more awareness about UXD and how it can benefit libraries, businesses, patrons, and clients. All readers are strongly encouraged to participate in the discussion by commenting and posting on the blog posts.
Disclaimer: My views are my own, and do not necessarily represent the views of the University of Dayton.
About the Moderator
Riley Stoermer is the Assessment and User Experience Librarian at the University of Dayton Libraries. She is a graduate of Kent State University, where she received a Master of Library and Information Science degree in August 2011 and a Master of Science degree in Information Architecture and Knowledge Management with a concentration in User Experience Design in May 2012. Her professional interests include usability, user experience design, information architecture, visual and information design, human-computer interaction, information technologies, and outreach services.