TUEx Returns to Western Libraries - Volunteers Needed
Have you ever had a frustrating time navigating a website? Maybe the site didn’t make sense and you couldn’t find what you needed? Western Libraries is trying to avoid those problems by improving our website users’ experiences through usability and design testing. And you can help us!
Once again, we will be located near the Hacherl Research & Writing Studio on Tuesdays between noon and 2:00 p.m. from now through February 26 for User Experience Tuesdays (TUEx). We need input from students, staff, and faculty, and if you can give us 5 to 10 minutes of your time, you will help us improve your (and everyone’s!) library experience.
Volunteers will run through short exercises designed to inform the Libraries on the learnability, effectiveness, and efficiency of various online resources. Topics change from week to week, so if you have already participated once, please don’t hesitate to join us again the next week. We need and value your feedback, and we appreciate you taking the time to help us. You can find our table on the second floor of Haggard Hall near the Studio, next to the “TUEx User Experience Tuesdays” sign.
For more information about Usability at Western Libraries, please see: https://library.wwu.edu/udwg