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Created for a project for MLIS 512 - Interface Design by Heather Cook and Jill D'Amico.

Created for a project for MLIS 512 - Interface Design by Heather Cook and Jill D'Amico.


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  • 1. Lisa is on her lunch break. There is no computer in the small staff room but lunch is the only time she has to herself this week. She is working a double shift today at the hospital where she is a nurse. She has been meaning to do a few things at the library but never has the time or remembers when she gets home and near a computer. She has been looking into owning and operating a small business. Then she remembers a flyer she saw in the library last time she was in - they now have a mobile site! She types in the address and navigates to the mobile homepage from her iPhone. She clicks on the 'log in' link so she can save her results and email them to herself. She enters her user name and password to log in. Then she is taken back to the homepage. The site is clean with just a few links on the home page to choose from. Mobile OPAC – Alumni scenario First Lisa goes to her account to renew a helpful book that she had checked out about grants for small businesses. She has two options for renewals on the mobile site - she can either click on ‘Materials out’ to see all the books she currently has checked out, or opt for the site’s new ‘Scan 2 Renew’ option, which lets her scan the barcode on the book to instantly renew it. She has been reading on her lunch break so she opts to scan the barcode with the camera on her phone, and once she does, an acknowledgement pops up on the site, letting her know the book is renewed for another month. She then selects the option to go back to the main page, because she wants directions from the hospital she works at to the library. She goes to the ‘Information’ link and scrolls to select ‘Campus Information.’ There she sees a link for directions, which she clicks on, and she is taken to a map of the campus. She can either get general directions from the highway, or click on the map that shows up on the directions page to have the information transferred to her phone’s mapping application. She opts to use her phone’s program so she can input the hospital’s address for tailored directions. Lisa wants to email a librarian to ask where the best place to start looking for information and which sources are the best for her information need. She clicks the "Ask a Librarian" link on the homepage. She clicks on 'Email Us' and enters her information and her question. While she is waiting for a response from the librarian she wants to start looking for some books. She navigates back to the home page. She finds the link "Search books." She clicks and types in her term 'business' into the search box. Lisa finds two items. She clicks on the book titles to find out more information. She clicks the box 'Add to My List' and adds it to her favorites list. She does this with one more interesting book. Looking over her list she decides to delete one item. Since she is logged in she can now email the list to herself so she can access it later when she has a chance to go to the library. Lisa is relieved she can mark one thing off her busy to do list today. MLIS 512 Interface Design-Cook and DAmico- Group 2-Project Part 3-11/1/10
  • 2. Lisa types in the address and navigates to the mobile homepage from her iPhone. She clicks on the 'log in' link so she can save her results and email them to herself. She enters her user name and password to log in. MLIS 512 Interface Design-Cook and DAmico- Group 2-Project Part 3-11/1/10
  • 3. Then she is taken back to the homepage. The site is clean with just a few links on the home page to choose from. MLIS 512 Interface Design-Cook and DAmico- Group 2-Project Part 3-11/1/10
  • 4. OR First Lisa goes to her account to renew a helpful book that she had checked out about grants for small businesses. She has two options for renewals on the mobile site - she can either click on ‘Materials out’ to see all the books she currently has checked out, or opt for the site’s new ‘Scan 2 Renew’ option, which lets her scan the barcode on the book to instantly renew it. MLIS 512 Interface Design-Cook and DAmico- Group 2-Project Part 3-11/1/10
  • 5. OR She has been reading on her lunch break so she opts to scan the barcode with the camera on her phone. MLIS 512 Interface Design-Cook and DAmico- Group 2-Project Part 3-11/1/10
  • 6. Once she does, an acknowledgement pops up on the site, letting her know the book is renewed for another month. She then selects the option to go back to the main page. MLIS 512 Interface Design-Cook and DAmico- Group 2-Project Part 3-11/1/10
  • 7. Because she wants directions from the hospital she works at to the library, Lisa goes to the ‘Information’ link and scrolls to select ‘Campus Information.’ MLIS 512 Interface Design-Cook and DAmico- Group 2-Project Part 3-11/1/10
  • 8. There she sees a link for directions, which she clicks on, and she is taken to a map of the campus. She can either get general directions from the highway, or click on the map that shows up on the directions page to have the information transferred to her phone’s mapping application. She opts to use her phone’s program so she can input the hospital’s address for tailored directions. MLIS 512 Interface Design-Cook and DAmico- Group 2-Project Part 3-11/1/10
  • 9. Lisa returns to the OPAC site, and clicks on the header to be taken back to the main page. She wants to email a librarian to ask where the best place to start looking for information and which sources are the best for her information need. She clicks the "Ask a Librarian" link on the homepage. MLIS 512 Interface Design-Cook and DAmico- Group 2-Project Part 3-11/1/10
  • 10. She clicks on 'Email Us' and enters her information and her question. MLIS 512 Interface Design-Cook and DAmico- Group 2-Project Part 3-11/1/10
  • 11. MLIS 512 Interface Design-Cook and DAmico- Group 2-Project Part 3-11/1/10
  • 12. While she is waiting for a response from the librarian she wants to start looking for some books. She navigates back to the home page. She finds the link "Search books." She clicks and types in her term 'business' into the search box. MLIS 512 Interface Design-Cook and DAmico- Group 2-Project Part 3-11/1/10
  • 13. Lisa finds two items. She clicks on the book titles to find out more information. MLIS 512 Interface Design-Cook and DAmico- Group 2-Project Part 3-11/1/10
  • 14. She clicks the box 'Add to My List' and adds it to her favorites list. MLIS 512 Interface Design-Cook and DAmico- Group 2-Project Part 3-11/1/10
  • 15. She does this with one more interesting book. MLIS 512 Interface Design-Cook and DAmico- Group 2-Project Part 3-11/1/10
  • 16. MLIS 512 Interface Design-Cook and DAmico- Group 2-Project Part 3-11/1/10
  • 17. Looking over her list she decides to delete one item. MLIS 512 Interface Design-Cook and DAmico- Group 2-Project Part 3-11/1/10
  • 18. Since she is logged in she can now email the list to herself so she can access it later when she has a chance to go to the library. MLIS 512 Interface Design-Cook and DAmico- Group 2-Project Part 3-11/1/10
  • 19. Lisa is relieved she can mark one thing off her busy to do list today. MLIS 512 Interface Design-Cook and DAmico- Group 2-Project Part 3-11/1/10