Microinterations, macro results: Why you should design the details

  • Title: Microinterations, macro results: Why you should design the details
    Year: 2014
    Keyword(s): user testing, web design, institutional repositories, microinteractions, usability
    Description: Details matter. Each of these presentations share tips and advice on getting the interactions and content on your website right for your users. MacEwan librarians look at how micro-interactions, the moments when we delight our users by refining the way we offer services, lead to macro-results. Get concrete recommendations for designing positive micro-interactions with library users in mind. Speakers use their own experience designing a new institutional repository to outline steps to identify, refine, and test micro-interactions with users, and highlight the impact of their strategy on the overall user experience.
    Notes: Presented on October 27, 2014 at the Internet Librarian Conference in Monterey, California.
    Peer Reviewed: No
    Type of Item: Conference Materials
    Language: English

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