Tag Archives: accessibility

ACRL 2013: UXD Ubiquity

I attended my first ACRL (Association of College and Research Libraries) conference last week.  In addition to being an amazing experience, it was quite eye-opening:  there were several presentation sessions related to usability, assessment, and user experience design in library … Continue reading

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Home Button Extinction?

There’s an article on the IDYeah Blog written by Vishal Mehta titled “Home is Not Required” (http://idyeah.com/blog/2013/03/home-not-required/) that discusses the ongoing debate regarding the use of a home button on websites that navigates users back to the site’s homepage. I’ve … Continue reading

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