DepartmentTemple University. Libraries
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AbstractThis article provides an overview of design thinking as a component of, and contributor to, great library user experiences. When design thinking is used to shape the environment in which users connect with library spaces and personnel, the result is a better library experience—by design.
CitationBell, S. J. (2018) Design Thinking + User Experience = Better-Designed Libraries. Information Outlook 22(4): 4-6.
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