The first annual UX in Libraries Yearbook.
UX in Libraries is a global community of practice committed to exploring, sharing, and advocating for, UX research methods in library and learning services. Each year since 2015 an annual international conference has taken place in the UK. Last year’s third iteration took place in Glasgow. This volume collects together the proceedings of that conference, incorporating the keynotes, workshops, the team challenge and the many papers presented by delegates working in both academic and public libraries, together with images from the event.
If you are already conducting user experience research or are just starting on that journey the UXLibs Yearbook should prove to be an invaluable companion to your endeavours.
This volume is edited by UX trainer and consultant Andy Priestner, who is also the Chair and creator of the UX in Libraries conference.
220 pages. A UX in Libraries publication.
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