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CDLINFO News: User Experience Design
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CDL’s license to the Websurveyor survey software expires on Oct. 1, 2007 and will not be renewed. The UC campuses currently running surveys will need to complete or migrate their surveys to new software by September 15, 2007.
The California Digital Library (CDL) invites applications for the position of User Experience Design Manager.
As part of our quality assurance process in the upgrade of Melvyl from ALEPH v.15 to ALEPH v.16, CDL requested the UCLA’s Disabilities and Computing Program to provide an accessibility audit of the Melvyl site. Many aspects of the Request site were also included in the review. The final report is now available.
A full report of the findings and recommendations from the CDL Spring 2006 assessment project, entitled “Communication and Collaboration: Priorities and Perspectives on the UC Libraries-CDL Partnership” has been released and is available at:
On behalf of Head of Public Services (HOPS) and the UC-eLinks project team, CDL’s assessment unit traveled to UCSD to assess a prototype version of the UC-eLinks window. The main purpose of this assessment was to determine if the changes made to the UC-eLinks user interface improved the usability of the interface.
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