New York Philharmonic Digital Archives Usability Study

In Fall 2014, a team of students from my Usability Theory & Practice course (LIS 644) at Pratt Institute conducted a usability study of the New York Philharmonic Digital Archives (http://archives.nyphil.org/). Student Team: Rachel Bronstein, James Lemoine, Seth Persons Download Full Report: New York Philharmonic Digital Archives Usability Report (PDF)

Presentation by Jennifer Anderson, UX Designer at NYPL

Join us as Jennifer Anderson, Senior UX Designer at New York Public Library, speaks about her experience creating a rapid prototyping system and web style guide for the NYPL as well as how her role relates to her colleagues at the library. And, of course, there will be time for questions! Co-organized with SILSSA. Date: Thursday, November 20th …

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Etsy Design/Research Tour

Learn about the inner workings of the Etsy team and their ever-expanding research division. Join us for a tour of the Etsy offices followed by presentations from their design, research and analyst teams! Date: Thursday, November 13th Time: 2:00pm – 5:00pm Location: Etsy Offices – 55 Washington St, Suite 512, Brooklyn, NY 11201  (map) Open to: Pratt students …

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NYARC Usability Study

In Spring 2014, a team of students from my Usability Theory & Practice course (LIS 644) at Pratt Institute conducted a usability study of the New York Art Resource Consortium (NYARC) website (http://www.nyarc.org/). Student Team: Kate Asmus, Caitlin Harrington, Nik Dragovic, Laura Marte-Piccini Download Full Report: NYARC User Testing Report (PDF)

METRO Usability Study

In Spring 2014, a team of students from my Usability Theory & Practice course (LIS 644) at Pratt Institute conducted a usability study of the Metropolitan Library Council (METRO) website (http://metro.org/). Student Team: Hannah Goldstein, Michelle Magnotta, Julia Robbins Download Full Report: METRO User Testing Report (PDF)

Collaboration Platform Usability Study

In Spring 2014, a team of students from my Usability Theory & Practice course (LIS 644) at Pratt Institute conducted a usability study of the beta version of a collaboration platform created by a local start-up. Student Team: Jessica Espejel, Megan Koontz, Lauren Restivo Download Full Report: Collaboration Platform User Testing Report (PDF)