Tag Archives: Libraries

Many Bothans died to bring us this information*

Originally posted on lawrie : converged.

*(Spoiler) No Bothans were harmed in writing this post – but if Rogue One taught us anything its that archives and libraries are dangerous places Lots of colleagues and friends are writing blogs at this time of year, reviews and “top 10 tech to watch in 2017” type things. I really enjoyed reading Martin Weller’s […] Read more

Reflecting on UXLibs 2

Originally posted on lawrie : converged.

UXLibs II was my first time engaging with this particular library audience. From the outset (as far back as being asked to do the closing keynote)  I got the impression it was going to be a different kind of event. But I wasn’t prepared for the sheer level of enthusiasm and engagement with everything about […] Read more

Preparing for @UXLibs

Originally posted on lawrie : converged.

Last week I was preparing my keynote for the second UXLibs conference in Manchester, in June. The UXLibs approach is to use ethnographic, usability and human-centred design research approaches to gather invaluable behavioural and attitudinal user information, to inform the work of libraries and beyond. It’s a privilege to be invited to speak to this […] Read more