Thursday, June 06, 2019

#uklibchat - past on UX, future on #healthliteracy

On Monday 3rd June there was a #uklibchat tweetchat on UX Research. When announcing it, they said "User Experience research is all about exploring the needs and behaviours of our users. This research is conducted with a variety of different qualitative and quantitative methods, many of which are fairly new to the library sector, such as: observation; behavioural mapping; cognitive mapping; usability testing; touchstone tours; cultural probes; semi-structured interviews and user journey mapping."
The wakelet with the chat archive is here
The #uklibchat website is at and the next #uklibchat will be at on 1st July 2019, 7pm-8.30pm UK time (which is, for example, 2pm-3.30pm US EST) on health literacy, and communicating information to patients and the public.
Photo by Sheila Webber: the first wild strawberries by my front door, June 2019

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