It does not matter if you work at a large educational institution that has a brand book or are the single librarian that maintains the entire website, you can (and should) make a style guide.
Re-launching a site is no small task – there are many moving parts and usually lots of cooks in the kitchen. A poorly planned launch can cause enduring pain at a time that should be celebratory. In our experience, here are some of the most important pa …
Jackie Zajac has 4 Tips on how to tackle your issues & get on track with some usability testing.
Virginia State University library specialist shares his experience with VFH’s edUi conference. Moses spoke to us about his work and how he came to attend edUi.
UX Librarian Jill Stover Heinze asks “What can raising a preschooler teach us about designing user experiences?”
Kathryn Zickuhr is a research analyst at the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project, where she studies the changing role of libraries in Americans’ lives and communities in the era of digital content.
Thanks so much to everyone who left us a video comment at the conference! Hear what everyone had to say.
Rebecca Blakiston shares her experiences at edUi 2013 through her sketchnotes. Sketchnoting is a way to capture ideas visually that helps you capture concepts and ideas rather than just words.
This video from Matthew Magain at UX Mastery is brilliant! He explains not only what UX Design is, but also why you should learn more about it, regardless of your job title. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ovj4hFxko7c
In May 2012, we at the Virginia Historical Society (VHS) began a journey to redesign our website. The past website served its purpose for more than ten years, but was beginning to show signs of its age. Many people described our past site as small, confusing, and beige. Beige? Hmmm, that doesn’t sound good.