Date(s) - 11/04/2015
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Big data and the user experience boom has provided a lot of information about how people actually use the web, which designs work to what ends, and – although a little creepy – how it is possible to cobble together an effective site to better compel users to take some action.
In this webinar, Michael will introduce you to design triggers–patterns meant to appeal to behavior and cognitive biases observed in users–and show you how to utilize them when crafting your website to suit the needs of your library. Use design triggers, to increase library card registration, raise awareness about new databases, or encourage patrons to write their congress-people.
Can’t attend the live event? Register over here for access to the recording, made available within 7 days of the live webinar.
Instructor Bio ~ Michael Schofield
Michael Schofield (@schoeyfield) is a front end developer slash librarian specializing in interaction and user experience. He writes a ton and speaks at a variety of conferences about design triggers, responsive web design, lean code, content strategy, user engagement, and pushing the #libweb forward.
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