Muhlenberg County Public Libraries
Greenville, KY and Central City, KY
A complete overhaul was in order for my hometown’s library website design. The existing site was rife with errors. It also had a lot of content that was very hard to navigate. The design was unattractive as well. Naturally, MCPL called me in to save the day.
I began by bringing their web presence up to date with a clean white design that featured their new logo, which I also designed. Then, I added a colorful image slider, which included relevant, royalty free stock photography. I also reorganized and streamlined their existing navigation menu. It now includes just four main headings with drop down submenu items. Library staff members worked with me to find the best way to simplify and condense the original content. We came together to create a system that they could easily update by themselves going forward.
Additionally, the sleek online calendar displays upcoming events such as storytimes and book signings. The website calendar can easily sync with iCal, Google Calendar, and others. Patrons can access all of the libraries’ online databases in order to check out books and other media. The complete catalog is conveniently at users’ fingertips. It is directly searchable right from the site’s main menu.
I also built a separate mobile version of the site. This enables patrons can keep up with both library branches on the go using their smartphones and tablets. Customers may still access the full catalog and other features with the separate mobile site.
Library Website Design in Kentucky
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