Throughout the Spring 2014 semester, six students concentrating in UX (user experience) from Pratt Institute’s School of Library Information Science have been participating in a UX practicum at NYU’s Bobst Library.
At this event, the students will discuss their work applying UX methods and models to a number of interfaces and services, including LibGuides, Web Scale Discovery Tool Integration, Library Privileges, and Information Architecture of the Libraries’ website. Describing methods such as formal and guerrilla user testing, card sorts, walkabout, and cognitive walkthroughs, the speakers will outline their processes and provide take-aways, methods, and models you can implement in your library.
Read more about the practicum group here: http://wp.nyu.edu/libraryux/team/
Who Should Attend: Librarians interested in learning more about real world applications for usability testing and user focused design in academic libraries.