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I want to redesign LibUX, so I am going to blog the whole process.

This website needs a little more wiggle room. So, I am going to build something new, to purpose – and write about it right here.

February 1, 2017 by Michael Schofield Michael Schofield

Library vendors should gamble on taking ethical stances. They’re good for business.

This is not just a sign of the times but a trend carried by the momentum of aggregation theory, which describes how the user experience has become such a dominant force shaping the success of businesses.

January 31, 2017 by Michael Schofield Michael Schofield

What users expect

We imagined a discovery layer that would look and feel like an online store.

January 29, 2017 by Trey Gordner Trey Gordner

Common Data Mining Tools

A list of common Analytical Data tools which can provide user data and further user research.

January 23, 2017 by Tim Broadwater Tim Broadwater

When Native Apps are Unethical

It’s been an upward battle for accessibility wresting a seat at the design table even though it’s core to the user experience. It’s now time to pull-up a chair for ethical considerations.

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Critical Librarianship in the Design of Libraries

There is an opportunity for institutions that are positioned — either actively or by reputation — as intellectual and moral community cores (libraries) to exert greater if not just more obvious influence on the filters through which patrons access content.

January 10, 2017 by Michael Schofield Michael Schofield

The Nintendo Switch

Chad Haefele, Tim Broadwater, and Michael Schofield totally conjecture about the user experience of the Nintendo Switch and the nostalgia market.

Help the Digital Library Federation AIG UX Working Group identify user needs and expectations

Call for participation in our UX Working Group, which is part of Digital Library Federation Assessment Interest Group.

January 4, 2017 by Kate Thornhill Kate Thornhill

Physical Pitch Decks

Maybe a better approach to having a real conversation about an idea.

Shared by Michael Schofield

User Testing with Lookback.io

“While GoToMeeting has its positive attributes as a teleconferencing tool, we’ve always felt significantly hamstrung when utilizing it for user testing. It takes a full page of instructions for our set up, and that’s just one of the issues we face.”

Shared by Michael Schofield
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