Tag Archives: libraries

Make It More Usable!

Time again for a Make It More Usable! post. This usability issue applies not just to library buildings, but to all public buildings in general, and it’s a very simple issue:  doors. More specifically, I’m referring to two problematic door … Continue reading

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100 Ways to Improve Usability in Your Library

There is an article available on the Best Colleges Online website that discusses clever ways to make your library more usable.  Per the website’s request, I cannot provide a clickable link to the article.  Copy and paste this URL into … Continue reading

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UXD – Library Navigation Prototype

This is wayfinding at its absolute best!

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Starting Off

I have created this blog in the hope of bringing more awareness to the concept of integrating user experience design (UXD) into library and business services, technologies, policies, and infrastructures. For newbies, UXD is broadly defined and understood as “an … Continue reading

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