[Web4lib] concrete examples of Web strategies

Jeanne Mauriello mauriej1 at gmail.com
Wed Aug 10 16:42:01 EDT 2011

I'd also be interested in the examples. I'm working on an independent 
project to redesign a small public library website.  In the research 
I've done I've also only been able to find examples from academic 
libraries and for-profits.

Jeanne Mauriello
Email: mauriej1 at gmail.com
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Chris, depending on how soon you need it I'd be happy to share the stuff 
I'm proposing for the next iteration of the San Jose Public Library 
site. It may be a couple of weeks, though. I'll post it online somewhere 
and point you to it. It's going to be a proposal for a new (and 
hopefully improved!) interaction strategy, along with UI fixes based on 
user feedback and some messy code cleanup. N On Tue, Aug 9, 2011 at 1:42 
PM, Chris Evjy <chris.evjy at gmail.com> wrote:

> Would anyone be willing to share your library's Web strategy documents

> us?
>    - content strategy
>    - user experience strategy
>    - user experience statements
>    - design strategy
> I'm looking for concrete examples of the deliverables themselves,
> especially
> from public libraries.  There's lots of development process information

> there, but I'm having a hard time finding actual examples from anyone but
> for-profits.
> Thanks for informing our process!
> -Chris
> --
> ___________________________
> Christopher Evjy
> Web Manager
> Jefferson County Public Library
> Lakewood, CO
> _______________________________________________

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