Jan 11, 2016 • 27M

2016 Trends for Library Web Design

 
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"The user experience is a metric." Brief high-level practical design strategy thinking and strategy by Michael Schofield.
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Our first podcast of the new year kicks off with our predictions for trends in library web design. We're stoked to see how we tally-up at the end of the year.

1. 2:19 - "Service Design" will be the new "User Experience Design"2. 4:39 - the future of WordPress is JavaScript3. 5:07 - the library app is finally dead - moreover the app in general as something distinct from the web will bottom-out its unpopularity4. 9:41 - more predictive / anticipatory services5. 12:16 - maturing API Driven Design (inspired by [Tim Broadwater](http://twitter.com/tim_broadwater))6. 15:54 - web animation everywhere you look (follow [Rachel Nabors](http://twitter.com/rachelnabors))7. 16:51 - #libweb drops the carousel, embraces the gigantor hero-unit search8. 19:12 - design around time, as in just-in-time information9. 20:11 - the market for prototyping tools explodes 10. 22:18 - Slack. Just Slack.