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A talk I gave on the goals and process of our site redesign and the design culture at UBC Library.

A talk I gave on the goals and process of our site redesign and the design culture at UBC Library.

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Redesigning UBC Library Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Redesigning UBC Library John Chan July 25, 2012Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 2. A Little HistoryFriday, 5 April, 13
  • 3. June 1997Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 4. July 1999Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 5. October 2000Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 6. February 2003Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 7. June 2007Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 8. September 2008Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 9. January 2010Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 10. September 2010Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 11. January 2011Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 12. July 2011Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 13. December 2011Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 14. The recent rapid changes led to a lot of frustration. Change meant recreating instructions and starting over.Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 15. So our redesigns reflected the path of least resistance. We paved over the cow paths.Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 16. But still, a redesign was long overdue.Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 17. And now... today.Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 18. Our FocusFriday, 5 April, 13
  • 19. Our Focus A value proposition that explains the purpose of academic libraries.Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 20. Our Focus Homepage sections that reflects our site’s contents and priorities.Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 21. Our Focus An improved navigation with more clarity and utility.Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 22. We’ve heard this before.Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 23. A Brand New StartFriday, 5 April, 13
  • 24. If we remove the shackles of the past, what are the possibilities?Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 25. Complete User ExperienceFriday, 5 April, 13
  • 26. Complete Design ProcessFriday, 5 April, 13
  • 27. Let’s talk about process.Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 28. Design culture at LSITFriday, 5 April, 13
  • 29. Design culture at LSIT “Too little, too late”Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 30. Design culture at LSIT “Too little, too late” ConsultationFriday, 5 April, 13
  • 31. Design culture at LSIT “Too little, too late” Consultation FeedbackFriday, 5 April, 13
  • 32. Design culture at LSIT “Too little, too late” Consultation Feedback ResourcesFriday, 5 April, 13
  • 33. Design culture at LSIT “Too little, too late” Consultation Feedback Resources TestingFriday, 5 April, 13
  • 34. Design culture at LSIT “Too little, too late” Consultation Feedback Resources Testing NoticeFriday, 5 April, 13
  • 35. We heard you.Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 36. Here’s what we changed.Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 37. A Dedicated Working GroupFriday, 5 April, 13
  • 38. A Dedicated Working Group Multiple Internal Feedback SessionsFriday, 5 April, 13
  • 39. A Dedicated Working Group Multiple Internal Feedback Sessions Preview Working DesignsFriday, 5 April, 13
  • 40. A Dedicated Working Group Multiple Internal Feedback Sessions Preview Working Designs More Comprehensive Data CollectionFriday, 5 April, 13
  • 41. A Dedicated Working Group Multiple Internal Feedback Sessions Preview Working Designs More Comprehensive Data Collection Earlier Project LaunchFriday, 5 April, 13
  • 42. Better Communication + Better TransparencyFriday, 5 April, 13
  • 43. How did we do?Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 44. Complete User ExperienceFriday, 5 April, 13
  • 45. What makes user experience complete?Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 46. Jesse James Garrett author of “The Elements of User Experience”Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 47. Jesse James Garrett From “The Elements of User Experience”Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 48. Site Objectives User NeedsFriday, 5 April, 13
  • 49. Functional Content Requirements Requirements Site Objectives User NeedsFriday, 5 April, 13
  • 50. Interaction Information Design Architecture Functional Content Requirements Requirements Site Objectives User NeedsFriday, 5 April, 13
  • 51. Information Design Navigation Design Interaction Information Design Architecture Functional Content Requirements Requirements Site Objectives User NeedsFriday, 5 April, 13
  • 52. Visual Design Information Design Navigation Design Interaction Information Design Architecture Functional Content Requirements Requirements Site Objectives User NeedsFriday, 5 April, 13
  • 53. In the past, we were only able to design in sections.Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 54. Visual Design Information Design Information Architecture Functional Requirements User NeedsFriday, 5 April, 13
  • 55. Fragmented considerations, means poorer design choices...Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 56. ... hence, our default answer to most feedback is “no”.Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 57. BUTFriday, 5 April, 13
  • 58. Our team at LSIT don’t have all the answers. We see the world as:Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 59. Visual Design Navigation Design Interaction Information Design Architecture Functional Requirements Site Objectives User NeedsFriday, 5 April, 13
  • 60. We need YOU to see the rest.Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 61. We need EACH OTHER to see the rest.Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 62. Don’t panic.Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 63. We’re on the road to recovery.Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 64. Keep the dialogue going.Friday, 5 April, 13
  • 65. Thank you. @jtcchan jc@37signals.comFriday, 5 April, 13