Posts Tagged ‘usability’
June 29, 2016 | 3 comments
In Brief: Good design makes documents easier to use, helps documents stand out from other pieces of information, and lends credibility to document creators. Librarians across library types and departments provide instruction and training materials to co-workers and library users. For these materials to be readable and accessible, they must follow guidelines for usable document design….
August 5, 2009 | 29 comments
By Ross Singer I am not much of a book reader. I have a home computer. It has a working internet connection. Any interest I have in genealogy or local history could probably be exceeded serendipitously by talking to family or neighbors and by wandering around the city. As a family, we do not watch many…