People Interact

Blog about people-centered design by Lisa Chow and Sandra Sajonas.

Everyday Usability: Book Carts

How many of you have used, seen or heard book carts that are noisy, difficult to move around, like to drop a wheel, or topple over?

We have, and we’ve found a solution.

We saw this book cart on our field trip to Darien Library.

What makes this book cart so special?

  • Used with the library’s automated return sorting system. Books go straight from the sorting system onto the book cart.
  • Height-adjustable.
  • Holds books in place.
  • Cart handle, wheels and overall design allow for more flexibility in movement.

Book cart

Check out more posts in the Everyday Usability series.

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