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Author: Andy Priestner
Publisher: Cambridge, England : UX in Libraries, 2018.
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
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Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andy Priestner
ISBN: 9781790914746 1790914744
OCLC Number: 1082135922
Notes: Proceedings of the 4th annual UXLibs conference, held in 2018.
Description: viii, 277 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: The UX research and design process: from research to ideation to service development / Andy Priestner --
Race, literacy, and decolonising the library / Janine Bradbury --
Do you want to dance? Inclusion and belonging in libraries and beyond / Christian Lauersen --
Inclusive design --
all about the extremes / Sara Lerén --
Creating trans-inclusive libraries: the UX perspective / Kit Heyam --
On the limits of UX research in academic libraries: notes from the Indigenous Studies Project / Danielle Cooper --
Coming to our senses: using 'walk with' interviews to explore the sensory experience of learning in an information commons / Andrew Cox --
Resistance is futile: embedding UX in library services / Jade Leonard and Maria O'Hara --
Belonging: exploring students' ideas around belonging, comfort and discomfort in library and learning spaces / David Clover --
Empowerment or exploitation? Perceptions on engaging people in accessibility design / Heli Kauronen --
Embedding UX at the University of York / Michelle Blake and Ned Potter --
Footfall vs feedback: using UX to find the unheard student voice / Claire Browne --
Workshops: Daunted by data? / Dryony Ramsden --
Speculative design: design as conversation / John Jung --
Challenge accepted --
how to solve a UX problem / Eva Jirjahlke --
A collision of two worlds / Carl Barrow --
Adding useful friction to library UX / Shelley Gullikson --
A degree of difference? Information experiences of students with print disabilities / Angela Groth-Seary and Ben Watson --
Help us improve the library! The usefulness of a test panel / Asa Forsberg --
Serving diverse users with persona-based homepages / Chad Haefele --
Implementing the spatial realism framework: lessons learned and next steps / Courtney M. Block --
Library zoning for dummies: discovering the new library study spaces at Royal Holloway / Emilia Brzozowska-Szczecina --
'Should I stay or should I go?': conflicting environment-behaviour-settings in libraries / Eva-Christina Edinger --
#MyFavouriteSpotOnCampus: creating a flexible, inclusive, and modern learning space for our students / Maria sindre --
Behind the clicks: what can eye tracking and user interviews tell us that click statistics cannot? Nicola Walton --
Comparative study of UX and sensor data from the perspective of behavioural mapping / Peter Hald and Melissa Just Nordholdt --
Better together: diversity and inclusion in UX design / SuHui Ho --
The UXLibsIV Team Challenge. Perspectives from delegates with sponsored places: --
Delighting in public libraries --
and showing it: takeaways from UXLibsIV / Christine Brooks --
Go and ask them! Some afterthoughts of a newbie / Agnieszka Wolanska --
Confronting fears with UX / Rosie Hare --
UXLabs: --
Help! I need somebody! Using Personal Construct Psychology to explore the types of help students would like to receive in a library contect / Alison Sharman --
Virtually representing our physical spaces / Chad Haefele --
Digital information seeking behaviour: a UX case study at University of the Arts London / Jess Crilly and Sandra Reed --
User experience used as a model for setting up creative environments in a library / Linda Thorn and Linda Vidlund --
Researcher visibility --
in need of recognition (insights into researchers' practices @ TU Delft) / Nicoleta Nastase --
Student engagement and UX @ WUR (Wageningen University & Research) Library / Rob van Genderen --
Estimating the size and scope of UX in libraries / Daniel Pshock --
iGen in the Library / Emily Winter, Cate Bentley and Lynne Pickles --
Alternative formats: impact on student learning / Sarah George and Katherine Coussement --
Conversation, collaboration and connections: the wider benefits of adopting a UX approach to redeveloping our Learning Spaces at the University of Hertfordshire / Sarah Halliday and Pete Hanna.
Other Titles: Inclusivity, diversity, belonging
Responsibility: edited by Andy Priestner.

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