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Designing for the New Web

Ok, I am officially going crazy. The other night I was up until 3am because I couldn’t stop my brain… With my library’s proposed website redesign (which I am somehow in charge of, simply because I suggested that perhaps an institute of technology should not have a library website that looked like it was done in 1993…) and also my obsession with optimizing web 2.0 concepts for the new site and for our library, I just couldn’t make my damn internal voice shut up! Grrr… But thankfully, tonight I am heading off to Vegas for the weekend, and I am leaving all logical, library-related thought blissfully behind.

In my absense, I leave you this post from Ellyssa Kroski at InfoTangle on designing for the new web. It is from her CIL presentation on the topic, and it put into words a lot of what I have been considering for our new site design. I think I had been absorbing all that advice from playing with web 2.0 apps, but it’s really great that she put it all down in words and organized it for me 🙂 Anyway, I attended one of Ellyssa’s workshops at METRO and I’m so glad I redescovered her blog through the Library2.0 network.

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