UXLibsVI presentations

Below you can find links to some of the wonderful presentations that were delivered at the UXLibsVI conference in June 2022. More will be added as they come in.

Keynote/plenary presentations

Andy Priestner: ‘UX eats culture for dinner’ (UXLibsVI opening address)

Daniel Forsman: ‘There is no failure except in no longer trying”: embedding UX in organizational culture’ (keynote)

Rebecca Blakiston: ‘Harnessing our Superpowers: because organizations are a design problem’ (keynote)

Anneli Friberg and Anna Kågedal: ‘Use your power as a leader’ (plenary)

Delegate presentations

Åsa Forsberg: ‘The photo challenge – a national collaboration among university libraries’

Ashley Brewer: ‘The Web User Experience Working Group: one academic library’s grassroots and outside-the-org-structure effort to build an inclusive culture of UX’

Carrie Donovan: ‘Trust the process: re-envisioning library organizations through user-centered practice’

Jarmo Schrader and Ninon Frank: “Did you already post that in our library channel?” – Instant messaging as a tool to improve staff engagement in discussing user-related issues’

Julie Willems: ‘How UX methods helped the transition of the library team into a new library building’

Larissa Tijsterman: ‘Standing alone together: your secret UX buddies might be hiding in other departments’

Leonie Kamminga: ‘User experience sessions to improve education’

Nadia Marks: ‘Winning them over one by one: four years of trial and error in embedding UX culture at an academic library’

Naomi Baguley & Harri Endersby-Marsh: ‘A fresh perspective: the impact of interns on research and culture’

Natacha Leclerq Varlan: ‘Step by step: how to involve staff in UX projects on a long-term basis (case study at the University Libraries in Lille)’

Nick Russell: ‘Ask the Experts – student support interventions designed and delivered by students’

Sarah Halliday and Pete Hanna: ‘Ripples of UX – sharing techniques and practice with students and staff’


Dr Arun Verma: ‘Integrating intersectionality: Reimagining user journeys’

David Clover: ‘Mapping UX in organisational culture’

Luis Moßburger: ‘Data visualisation for beginners’

Natasha den Dekker: ‘Pandemic Palaver’
–  Tasks: Table 1, Table 2, Table 3, Table 4, Table 5
–  Instructions