Join us for (Co-)Designing a visual research tool using Harvard Digital Collections, presented by Luis Mossburger
Large digital and digitized collections bring a problem for libraries: How can such collections be presented to show the content of the collection as a whole, but also to enable efficient access to individual items? In this presentation, light will be shed on possible answers to this question, and research on information visualization with the example of the visual research tool "The Letters of William Ellery Channing".
Join us for Delivering Data-Driven Design presented by Alina Balean, Senior Interaction Designer at Google.
During the presentation, Alina will share qualitative research methods and provide examples for reporting findings to take stakeholders that results in actionable next steps.
About Alina Balean
Alina Balean is a senior interaction designer at Google. Her curiosity for design and technology lead her on a journey to explore UX for wearable technology, commercial banking and healthcare startups....
Join us for Advanced Qualtrics - Data & Reports presented by Amy Deschenes, Head of UX and Digital Accessibility, Harvard Library.
Want to level-up your Qualtrics skills? Sick of downloading data to Excel? Come hear about how the URC uses Qualtrics features to analyze and share qualitative data. We’ll share how to add tags to your data, manage automatically generated results, and build your own reports.
The presentation will be held from 12:00-1:00 PM on Zoom. Zoom meeting information will be sent via email once you register....
Please join us for a final presentation by our 2021 UX Intern cohort from the University of Michigan School of Information. Despite the challenges of a virtual internship during a global pandemic, our three interns – Peggy Du, Annika Gidley, and Mariele Ventrice – were able to engage in amazing work including:
Conducting a card sort investigating the library.harvard navigation
Accessibility review of HOLLIS
Interviews with Ivies+ library staff about UX search strategies, including bento box versus traditional presentations
Join us for URC - Recent Library UX Research presented by Amy Deschenes, Head of UX and Digital Accessibility, Harvard Library.
At this session learn about research conducted by the URC in Spring 2021. We’ll include reports on interviews with students about digital reserves, results from a student survey on ebook usage during the pandemic, user feedback on SHARE, and more.
Join us for Screen Reader Comparison presented by Danielle Lavoie, URC Lab Manager, Harvard Library, and Amy Deschenes, Head of UX and Digital Accessibility, Harvard Library.
Details: Interested in using a screen reader to check your digital content’s accessibility? In this session you will learn: • The basics of screen reader usage for assistive technology • How to review your digital content with free screen reader software • The differences between VoiceOver (macOS) and NVDA (Windows) when interpreting digital...