Recording is available on: https://drive.google.com/file/d/12SjH72LZgcy5Lh2uUp9P9oF8MDDSSZif/view?usp=sharing
Link to the zoom-meeting: https://zoom.us/j/789583408
Link to the wireframes:
Link to the discussed document:
|MARCcat UX/UI analysis |
Discussion and confirmation about:
according to the suggestions of following spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1GlAXW6ALhaNuc6CKyz4kkYC2UcalRppSpDoSD2uCAq4/edit#gid=144885988
The meeting will last just the time necessary to define these points.
Annalisa Di Sabato: What kind of indexes do we want to see in the first drop down menu of the search? Suggestion: Display most used, then in next drop down
Laura: Would we want the most common ones in one list and more used ones in another, or use one list with the common ones at the top. This helps to avoids having to learn two lists. Ideally we would have the ability to customize the order, even if this is not in version 1. :
David's sketch of this idea:
Sarah: Shelf location? We have the possibility to show the holding location in MARCCat. Suggestion not to include Shelf Location since some libraries do not use MARC Holdings. Holdings information will reside in the Inventory app.
We do not want two separate lists of options for the search lists.
Do we want to be able to be searched by publisher as part of a common search? Annalisa pointed out that they have a separate index for publisher. They are used to normalizing the publisher name. Suggestion: remove the publisher from the list of common searches, until European libraries are consulted. Laura sent a message on Slack to see who may be interested.
Order of indexes:
Felix and Martina report that German libraries do sometimes search by publisher, but would not need this to be at the top with the most commonly used options.