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Presentation
Thinking like Your Users – Using Data and Personas to Improve Services at Your Library
Idaho Library Association Annual Conference (2015)
  • Amy Vecchione, Boise State University
  • Deana Brown, Boise State University
Abstract
Do you ever get the feeling a service your library offers could be improved? Do you notice users struggle with the same challenges over and over? You might not need more funding to fix it, just a change in perspective. In this workshop you will acquire real skills and design a persona for your library. Personas are fictional people, but based on data and observations. Using personas will help you make user centered decisions. This workshop will walk participants through the process of creating personas they can apply to specific services their library offers.
Publication Date
September 30, 2015
Comments
The following is a link to the UX Kit of additional materials mentioned during the presentation: http://bit.ly/ux_kit
Citation Information
Amy Vecchione and Deana Brown. "Thinking like Your Users – Using Data and Personas to Improve Services at Your Library" Idaho Library Association Annual Conference (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/deana_brown/14/