Adding dynamic library content to your WordPress site

WordPress is the content management system (CMS) that now powers an estimated 39.5% of all websites, including more than a few library sites. A big part of the ongoing appeal of building WordPress-based websites is its usability and extensibility. Because of the range of features, plugins and documentation available, you don’t need to be a […]

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Five for Friday – Gamification

Five or so links from around the web about new and interesting applications of technology. Gamification has well and truly been through the hype cycle at least once, but again we emerge from the trough of disillusionment and tentatively enter a slope of enlightenment as we all aspire to escape the boredom of Zoom-based interactions […]

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3 ways to get started with User Research

Many cultural sector organisations are aware of the benefits of user-driven services, but when budgets are tight and time is short, what steps can we take to help ensure that we’re putting our users first? In this post we want to share some of our experience conducting user research to help libraries and cultural organisations […]

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Five for Friday – Newsletter publishing

Five or so links from around the web about new and interesting applications of technology. There’s a lot happening in the world of email newsletters. This is an area close to our hearts both due to conversations currently underway about how our own Newsletter is delivered, as well as some other internal projects we’re working […]

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Top library links of 2020

Over this past, unprecedented year, more than ever the library and information community has stepped up to support patrons and each other, to ensure services are maintained for some of the most vulnerable in society. Amid the chaos and uncertainty they have been at the forefront of the fight against misinformation – and they’ve also […]

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