I recorded this episode at 2 a.m. this morning, because I’ve been feeling pretty good about the consistency of this podcast lately and by gosh I am not going to ruin it over a little something like sleep. No fooling, I am pretty entertained. This one’s a shorty, in which I make some enemies and defend the use of carousels on behalf of actually good user experiences – maybe.

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Michael Schofield is a service and user-experience designer specializing in libraries and the higher-ed web. He is a co-founding partner of the Library User Experience Co., a developer at Springshare, librarian, and part of the leadership team for the Practical Service Design community.