Just in time for summer, Great River Regional Library (GRRL) launched a new website on June 21. It immediately offers offers a spash of color with “river” of bookcovers and bold clickable images for library information topics.
GRRLs’ primary goals of the redesign project is to make the website more responsive to provide a more optimized user experience across many different devices and screen sizes. This is a great improvement over the previous website which had been in place since 2008. A team of GRRL staff are incorporated the improvements on their Drupal platform.
Just launched — a new Arrowhead Library System website!
The ALS website design and migration was managed by Art Unlimited, an online marketing firm, in Angora, Minnesota. ALS issued an RFP in Fall 2015 that required a hosted site and the use of a WordPress platform (non-proprietary). Art Unlimited was selected. Through weekly conference calls, ALS had access and editorial review throughout the creative process.
East Central Regional Library (ECRL) proudly announces a redesigned website.
Collaborating with a web designer but with close attention to expense, much of the work was performed in-house. This built on-going staff skills that will enable future management of the site.
Consolidated in one location are all of the ECRL communications – the blog, Facebook, and Twitter. Even more impressive has been the positive public response.
SELCO’s newly designed website launched January 6!
The website was crafted to reflect two years of usability testing. It also builds on current technology capable of growing to meet future needs. New features include:
- Slide carousel graphically highlighting important news and service offerings
- News blog featuring the eight most current news items
- SELCOtv feed direct from Youtube, also featuring the eight most current productions
Check out this SELCOtv episode for a quick preview of the new website.