This presentation will describe a website usability study that we conducted at the University of Southern Mississippi Libraries last year and how the results led to a recent redesign of the Libraries’ website. Usability testing is a method of evaluating a website to determine if it is organized in a way that is intuitive. While the results of the study pertain to our website and campus population, we will highlight those insights that might apply to other academic libraries during the course of our presentation. We will also provide tips for doing a website usability study with only a small team on a shoestring budget.
Azadbakht, Elena S. and Blair, John, "Useful and Usable: Usability Testing for Library Website Redesign" (2017). University Libraries Workshops and Presentations. 7.