User Experience: Interview with Gary Leivers, Architect

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The big takeaway from my years working in the architecture field is: form follows function. This is particularly relevant to our module on user experience. I was able to sit down with Gary Leivers, AIA RIBA, an architect with experience designing libraries, to discuss the process of planning a library and some of the design considerations in terms of user experience.  Here is the link to that conversation.  Towards the end, Gary suggests that the success of the building and the success of the library are two separate, yet overlapping things. What do you think?

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