Project: Greeting Card Taxonomy and Knowledge Organizational System
Client: Kent State University (Graduate school project)
Time in Development: 20+ hours
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The goal of a knowledge organization system is to enhance and improve the overall user experience of the any vast physical or digital archives and assets.
A project of this scope accomplishes its goal through the creation and implementation of a Knowledge Organization System (KOS) that incorporates responsive and adaptable taxonomies, notation systems, and synonym rings which will enhance the overall search and retrieval experience for each user.
This project incorporates all aspects of a full KOS project for a fictional greeting card company.
Project: Giovale Library Research Guides
Client: Westminster College
Tools Used: Mockflow, Google Docs
Time in Development: About 50 hours. Additional testing: 5 hours.
This project centered around creating research guides for the library by employing principles from information architecture and user research. The project incorporated all aspects of user experience design including designing the wireframe and workflow to support the information architecture, conducting user tests, working with iterative design strategies, and outlining the content strategy for future guides.
This project was accepted for presentation at the Utah Library Association's (ULA) Spring Conference in May 2018.
Project: Digital Literacy Initiative for Refugees
Clients: Salt Lake City Public Library, International Rescue Committee (IRC)
Tools used: Articulate 360
Time in Development: 150+ hours