We’re taking a user-centered approach in planning the new Digital Collections web interface to ensure that our new design meets the needs and expectations of the people who use it. One way to discover those needs is to analyze our web traffic in an attempt to decipher user intent when searching and browsing [...]Continue Reading →
Before designing new item pages for our Digital Collections site redesign, we looked around the web to find exemplary sites to inspire us as we apply what we have learned while assessing our current item pages.
We looked for sites where items are presented with both clarity and context. We also [...]Continue Reading →
We have been assessing our web interface to Digital Collections for some time using a healthy variety of evaluation techniques and soliciting ideas for a new & improved interface. Let’s first take a look at our item pages, with an annotated review of our current site:
&lt;a href=”https://seanaery.notableapp.com/website-feedback/10444/Item-Page-Existing-Interface” mce_href=”https://seanaery.notableapp.com/website-feedback/10444/Item-Page-Existing-Interface”&gt;View this feedback (Item Page – Existing [...]Continue Reading →
This fall, we’re redesigning the web interface to our Digital Collections. And we want your help.
We unveiled our current interface back in January 2008, starting with a modest six collections, mostly of photographs and other images. The system/website we built was pretty sufficient for that group of content. It did [...]Continue Reading →
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