website workday

Sunday, May 22, 1-4pm (Greenwich -4)
Openflows/Greenmap Office: 220A E. 4th St. (betw Avenues A & B), NYC
remote participation possible

website redesign project

David Walczyck's Pratt Institute Information Architecture & Interaction Design class, which is using Radical Reference as its web redesign client this semester has requested that we provide them a list of sites that we admire--not necessarily library related sites--for their design, interaction, or community aspects.

Please list yours here, with annotations if possible--either in this post or as a comment:

moving to a new server

We have moved to a new server. Please let us know if you discover anything funky: [email protected]

Rad Ref now running Drupal 6, but still buggy

As you may have noticed, the website has been updated and re-themed. It's a lot less hideous looking now, right? However...there are a few things that still need work. If you have any problems or notice any weirdnesses, please describe them here as comments to this post or email [email protected] and describe what you see. Screenshots a plus!

Website Refactoring/Redesign Session

Saturday, December 19
1-5pm, drop in anytime
220A E 4th Street (between Avenues A & B), East Village, NYC
Contact [email protected] if you want to participate remotely

  • Are you interested in Radical Reference or already a volunteer?
  • Do you have experience with website usability or want to gain some?
  • Are you a coder with Drupal, CSS or other web development skills to improve or share?

If you fall into at least one of these categories, please join us!

  • What does the Radical Reference site currently do, and what would we like it to do?
  • What do we like about the site?
  • What do we find frustrating?

The goal of this brainstorming session is to create a wishlist of functions and improvements for the site, and a roadmap for how to implement them.

And stick around after for a little social gathering!

lost files found

Particularly observant users of this site will have noticed that I finally demoted the website upgrade in progress note that's been on the front page since last December. links--most recent for:radical_reference

website upgrade in progress

Some files may currently be unavailable for download, and we realize the answered questions on the home page are cumbersome.

Please report problems to info @ the url of this site.

radical reference website to-do list

Radical Reference website to do list, in no particular order:

  • upgrade wiki
  • upgrade site, mostly done, but...
    • clean up how answers appear on front page
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