Impressions of some key innovations of Primo’s new UI as well as challenges involved making customizations.
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.
With our user’s context and behavior available to us, can we – should we – use it to craft experiences unique to each individual?
Amanda and Michael talk for an hour about the fundamentals of user experience design and how to convince decision makers to focus on the users’ needs first.
A design trigger is a pattern meant to appeal to behavior and cognitive biases observed in users. Big data and the user experience boom has provided a lot of information about how people actually use the web, which designs work, and–although creepy–how it is possible to cobble together an effective site designed to social engineer users. I thought I’d take a crack at prototyping a the front page of a library website.