Category: Web Design

What Does the Customer Say?

I might’ve been the last person on earth to hear about the video that asks the truly profound question, “What Does the Fox Say?” Well, my (current) library just put up a testimonials page that answers the slightly more important question, “What Does the Customer Say?”¬†¬†Designed by my talented colleague, Brian, the page features some […]

Can I Interest You in Some Red?

Not too long ago, my library rolled out some pretty significant changes on our website. Most of the changes affected the visual design of the site, but there were a number of small adjustments to the main navigation and also content in certain places. This was definitely a less-eventful site change than what we went […]

Running List of Responsive Sites

Thinking a lot about responsive web design these days so I thought I’d start a list of responsive sites. If you’re reading this and have any to add, please leave a comment below!¬†(great tool for testing responsiveness) Boston Globe University of Chicago Canton Public Library The Great Discontent Made by Hand Edible Vineyard Grand […]

Recapping Three Months of Digital Services

So, I think one way I can contribute to the Library Day in the Life Project (specifically #libday8) is to give a quick recap of the past three months on the new job. This should give you an idea of what’s happening in my little part of the library world and what my mind will […]