More than usable: Library services for humansUX Libs (2015)
As Experience designers, we're interested in more than just products, services, and websites. But our toolkit looks remarkably like the toolkit product designers use: design for tasks, hope emotions will follow. But experience is big, and emotions aren't just the outputs from using something. We're going to need more than science to explain experience--we'll need philosophy, literature, poetry, and more.
In this talk, I explore how phenomenology (the branch of philosophy that deals with experience), metaphor, and frozen space urine can help us design better experiences for our library users by putting people and experiences first.
Publication DateMarch 19, 2015
Citation InformationMatthew Reidsma. "More than usable: Library services for humans" UX Libs (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/mreidsma/21/
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