[Eril-l] Designing for Digital -- Join Us Online!
mmariss2 at swarthmore.edu
Tue Feb 16 10:33:50 PST 2016
D4D16 is less than 7 weeks away! Did you know you can attend the D4D conference live online? Register to attend D4D online and get archive access for a full year!
This two-day conference brings together colleagues working on user experience, discovery, design and usability projects inside and outside of libraries, drawing expertise from the tech and education communities, as well as from peers.
Register and you’ll be there for our live opening keynote by Jesse James Garrett and many other great sessions. View the full D4D program: https://d4d2016.sched.org
Select Sessions from the Designing for Digital program:
Understanding Understanding: Implementing Design-Focused Service Initiatives at Your Library
User Personas: How Fake People Can Help Us Make Libraries Better
What Do Users Want from Our Website? A User Study of the UC San Diego Library Website
Search is the New Black: How Students Make Decisions on Search Results
Something Borrowed: Iterative Space Planning & Design
What interface customization can do beyond branding?
What’s In The Library?: prototyping the future of digital collections
Write responsively: content as a touchpoint
Writing On the Web: Writing as Design
Building a UX Army at Your Library
Choosing Our Words Wisely: Writing for Library Websites
Collaborative UX Testing: Cardigans Included
Does the best library web design eliminate choice?
Eat, Work and Sleep: How Students Use Library Spaces
Evidenced-based web content management with Google Analytics
Lightweight user testing that makes a heavyweight impact
Making Waves with Iterative Usability Testing
Reimagining Scholarly E-book Assessment: A Study of Discovery, Access, and Use
The Inside Users: How to Work with Your Colleagues to Tame the Intranet Beast
The User Experience: Online and IRL
Understanding Service Design Principles in Creating Effective Library Services and Spaces
Register today to attend online!
--Designing for Digital Planning Committee
p.s. Still considering attending in Austin? Register this week… only 22 seats remain for the D4D conference in Austin!
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