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Co-design workshop for library homepage project #UXLibs 2017

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Co-design draws on the expertise of researchers, designers, developers, and users. This diversity of perspectives is critical to understanding both users' needs, and service processes and technologies. Effective co-design activities benefit service design projects, the users, and the library. Immediate benefits include generation of better ideas with high user value, and improved knowledge of user needs. Longer-term benefits include greater user satisfaction, and mitigation of change aversion. Using the library homepage as a case for a design project, workshop participants will try their hands at joint creativity to explore options and produce validated iterations ready for prototyping and beta testing.

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Co-design workshop for library homepage project #UXLibs 2017

  1. 1. TO EXPLORE AND VALIDATE A BETTER LIBRARY HOMEPAGE @vfowler Co-design DEAKIN UNIVERSITY CRICOS PROVIDER CODE: 00113B UXLibs 2017 Vernon Fowler
  2. 2. Why co-design BENEFITS HTTP://WWW.DESIGNFOREUROPE.EU/WHAT-CO-DESIGN
  3. 3. When to co-design EXPLORATION HTTPS://WWW.USERTESTING.COM/BLOG/2016/04/22/CHOOSE-RESEARCH-METHOD/
  4. 4. Co-design is… FUN HTTPS://WWW.NNGROUP.COM/ARTICLES/WHICH-UX-RESEARCH-METHODS/
  5. 5. About this session TRY THIS AT HOME HTTP://UXMAG.COM/ARTICLES/CREATIVITY-BASED-RESEARCH-THE-PROCESS-OF-CO-DESIGNING-WITH-USERS
  6. 6. Design workshop race! YOUR LIBRARY HOMEPAGE
  7. 7. 1. Gather & create 2. Prioritise 3. Present
  8. 8. Now the fun part
  9. 9. 1. Gather & create 2. Prioritise 3. Present
  10. 10. 1. Gather & create 2. Prioritise 3. Present
  11. 11. 1. Gather & create 2. Prioritise 3. Present
  12. 12. Share http://j.mp/uxlibs2017codesign
  13. 13. Thank you Next? http://j.mp/uxlibs2017codesigngallery
  14. 14. References Alvarez, H. (2016, April 22). Consider these variables before you choose a UX research method. Retrieved June 2, 2017, from https://www.usertesting.com/blog/2016/04/22/choose-research- method/ Chisholm, J. (n.d.). What is co-design? Retrieved June 2, 2017, from http://www.designforeurope.eu/what-co-design Naranjo-Bock, C. (2012, April 24). Creativity-based Research: The Process of Co-Designing with Users. Retrieved June 2, 2017, from http://uxmag.com/articles/creativity-based-research-the- process-of-co-designing-with-users Rohrer, C. (2014, October 12). When to Use Which User-Experience Research Methods. Retrieved June 2, 2017, from https://www.nngroup.com/articles/which-ux-research-methods/
  15. 15. Tools Airtable https://airtable.com/invite/r/aCEMDSMD Co-designing activities http://www.servicedesigntools.org/taxonomy/term/1 Sneak Peak It http://sneakpeekit.com/ Voice Memos app
  16. 16. Thank you TRY THIS AT HOME @vfowler HTTP://J.MP/DUL2017HOMEPAGECODESIGNANALYSIS

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