March 6, 2009
Web Design Matters: Ten Essentials for Any Library site
Thinking about redesigning the library website. Check out Brian Mathews article in Library Journal entitled "Web Design Matters: Ten essentials for any library site". Mathews focuses on "elements that will update your web site's appearance, improve its functionality, and make a lasting positive impression on your patrons." He give ten places to start with excellent examples. Check it out! [RJ]
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I would say a redesign is in good order - although its nice now.
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If would be great if lawmakers would learn the web the same way one learns to drive a car. Too much to ask of overpaid lawyers and those often born into money.
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