Are the responsive shopping cat positions for LC employees?
On 12-07-11 9:10 AM, "Michael Schofield" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>We might be able to take inspiration from responsive shopping cats like
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>A responsive catalogue would definitely be interesting to see. I imagine
>what can make this very difficult to do is the fact that many (if not
>libraries have a proprietary ILS/OPAC, which can make it very difficult to
>I've seen some mobile versions of faceted interfaces (mostly from
>and discovery tools, such as Summon and EBSCO), but none that are
>responsive. Nevertheless, if you're looking for ideas, I think these
>interfaces can give you a good idea of what else has been done at least at
>the small screen device size.
>On Tue, Jul 10, 2012 at 11:06 PM, Bilal Khalid <[log in to unmask]>
>> Hello All,
>> Excellent discussion this. We've been plugging away at a responsive
>> design for our library catalogue at UofT, and I've often wondered: are
>> there any good responsive layouts and design patterns out there for
>> catalogue searching? I've seen some really nice generic examples, such
>> as the ones from LukeW (http://www.lukew.com/ff/entry.asp?1569), but
>> they tend to be for long form content like blogs and the like.
>> I'd love to see if anyone has implemented a responsive design for
>> faceted catalogue searching in particular.
>> Bilal Khalid
>> Senior Applications Programmer/Analyst Information Technology Services
>> University of Toronto Libraries
>> (416) 946-0211