Microinterations, macro results: why you should design the details

Author
Betz, Sonya
Hall, Robyn
Faculty Advisor
Date
2014
Keywords
user testing , web design , institutional repositories , microinteractions , usability
Abstract (summary)
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.
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DOI
Notes
Presented on October 27, 2014 at the Internet Librarian Conference in Monterey, California.
Item Type
Presentation
Language
English
Rights
Attribution (CC BY)