The library website is a significant access point to a library’s collections, resources, and services. A website can and should provide information about the library in a way that can be efficiently navigated and used by all library patrons. The usability of a library website can be improved through changes in organization and design informed by the experiences of real users. User expectations should be primary in determining the content, purpose, organization, and design of the site.
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Keck, Andrew, "Opening the Front Door: Designing A Usable Library Web Site" (2001). Faculty Publications. 8.