People Interact

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

Top Posts of 2014

We hope you enjoy reading our blog as much as we enjoy posting. Here’s a look back at the top posts of the year:

  1. Accessibility – Stair Ramps
  2. Top Five Tips for Running Effective Meetings
  3. Sacramento Public Library: Central Library
  4. Little Island Library: Biblioteca de la Comunidad de Culebra
  5. The Global Librarian – Freely Available for Download
  6. SLA@Pratt Skill Share Presentation – Librarians in the 21st Century: Designing a Career Strategy for Evolving Roles and Opportunities
  7. Everyday Usability: Subway Poles
  8. The 25 Worst Websites of 2013
  9. Are you a design thinker or a design doer?
  10. Everyday Usability: Vending Machines
  11. Let’s Play A (Sustainability) Card Game
  12. New ADA Interior Signage Rules
  13. Meetup Groups – UX Book Clubs
  14. Co-Working in the the Library: EUREKA space
  15. Making the Most of 3.5” x 2”
  16. IDEO Design Kit
  17. Bathroom Blogfest 2014 Wrap-Up
  18. Everyday Usability: Water Fountains
  19. Usability of Signage
  20. The Little Book of IDEO
  21. Are YOU T-Shaped?
  22. Recap – METRO User Experience SIG Meeting
  23. E-Portfolios: Webinar Recap, Tools, and Resources
  24. Project Management and Ten Faces of Innovation
  25. Monthly Method Spotlight: Character Profiles
  26. Library 2.013 – Librarians in the 21st Century: Designing a Career Strategy for Evolving Roles and Opportunities
  27. Floating Library Aboard the Lilac
  28. Using Google Sites to Create An E-Portfolio
  29. Everyday Usability: Portable Library
  30. A Chat with an Infographic Designer
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