Learn about the user studies Georgia State University Library conducted to guide the included features on its library's mobile website, and gain tips for engaging in user-centric design of your own mobile site. Poster presentation included data used to inform the mobile site content (drawn from a user survey of undergraduates, graduates, and faculty on the desired features for a mobile library site as well as Google analytics), graphical shots of the mobile site, marketing of the mobile site, and post-development user study data to inform any redesign/adaptations of the mobile site.
Give Them What They Want, Not What We Assume They Need: Developing a User-Centric Mobile Library WebsitePoster presented at American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference (2012)
Publication DateJune 23, 2012
Citation InformationSwygart-Hobaugh, A. J. (2012, June 23). Give them what they want, not what we assume they need: Developing a user-centric mobile library website. Poster session presented at the American Library Association Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA, 2012.