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Announcing the Fall 2022 Issue of Weave UX 🎉
Posted by Scott W. H. Young on 2022-11-01

The latest issue of Weave—Volume 5, Issue 2—is now available on our website: https://journals.publishing.umich.edu/weaveux/issue/188/info/We’re pleased to share the following articles in this issue:Snippets, subject lines, and exclamation points: A case study in constructing better library emails, by Robin C. Davis, Mia Partlow, Dawn Pearce, and Silvia SheffieldEmail is a critical touchpoint in [...]

Announcing spring 2022 issue
Posted by Rebecca Blakiston on 2022-04-30

We're please to announce that Weave volume 5, issue 1 is out!Getting Real Close: What a Diary Study Can Do For Your Libraryby Barbara Heindl and Romy HilbrichDiary studies are a powerful technique that allow us to deepen our understanding of the authentic, day-to-day experiences of the people we serve. Soon before the pandemic, librarians at the Berlin State Library conducted a diary [...]

Announcing fall 2021 issue
Posted by Rebecca Blakiston on 2021-11-17

We're pleased to announce that volume 4, issue 2 is out!In this issue, authors discuss how they're building empathy and understanding for segments of their audience in order to serve them better. We hope these examples inspire you to create evidence-based, data-informed personas to identify priorities and improvements to your own services.Using UX Personas to Improve GIS and Data [...]

Volume 4, Issue 1 is out
Posted by Rebecca Blakiston on 2021-07-26

We're pleased to announce that after some delay, Weave volume 4, issue 1 is out! This spring issue is later than usual, but that's because we've launched our new publication platform and website using the open source Janeway product. There's been a lot of work going on behind the scenes to make this happen, and we hope you like it. In this issue, we focus on digital [...]

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