Love Libraries (2006-2007)

The Love Libraries campaign, which launched in the UK in March 22, 2006 and ran over the next few years, is one that Ad/Lib is pulling out of the dustbin of internet history. The web, as it does over time,… Continue Reading →

Banned Books Week Posters & Art (USA, 1982-present)

Banned Books Week is an annual campaign meant to draw attention to censorship, the freedom to read, and to highlight banned or challenged books. It has been running in the last week of September since 1982. It is jointly sponsored… Continue Reading →

Submission: A Library of Possibilities at Charlotte Mecklenburg Library

2016 John Cotton Dana Library Public Relations Award Winner

How do we tell the story of the library? For Charlotte Mecklenburg Library, the answer was to talk to their users, “all we did was give them a voice and platform to tell their story, and by doing so, they told our story”. Read about this award-winning video campaign.

In Brief: Know Your Digital Storage Media

2016 PR Xchange Award Winner

“Know Your Digital Storage Media” is a website and poster created by the Special Collections department at the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) Libraries. The design features commonly used digital media storage types, along with some fast facts about them.

In Brief: GSU Library Food Policy Signage

2016 PR Xchange Award Winner

These bold, eye-catching posters were used to advertise changes to food policy in the library while minimizing backlash. “The large, single-colored food images appeared unusual and out of place in comparison to our traditional signage, thus mirroring the messaging: that meals in the library are distracting and are best eaten elsewhere.”

Bash in the Stacks at Cofrin Library, UWGB (2015)

Looking for a way to welcome to students to the library? Just do what undergraduates do best: party! The Bash in the Stacks is an annual party at Cofrin Library. Read on to learn what makes for a successful Bash.

Submitted: Relocation Flyer at Portage District Library (2016)

Relocation, relocation “We were approached by a local realtor wanting us to submit information about our library in a “relocation packet”. This realtor was going to offer a folder full of local information to new residents to the area. We… Continue Reading →

Submitted: “Top 5” Infographic at Park Library (2016)

Why an Infographic? “As the library embedded within UNC’s School of Media and Journalism, we want to create a welcoming environment for all of our undergraduate students, graduate students and faculty, as well as those in the larger UNC Chapel… Continue Reading →

Submitted: Zotero Workshop Posters (2016)

“We offer numerous Zotero workshops for faculty and students each semester. To boost attendance, I created this series of posters, which we tack up across campus a couple of times a year. It seems to keep Zotero fresh in the minds… Continue Reading →

In Brief: ALA’s “The Answer” Posters (1989)

No story here – I don’t know the designer or the usage – I just love the thematic consistency across the posters, the clever manipulation of the same phrase, and the bold colour choices.  Above: “Don’t Settle For Half An… Continue Reading →

Submitted: NYC subway directional signage at Roesch Library (2016)

“Our library has struggled with ways to communicate the different sound levels of our seven floors. The current signage holders in the elevators are too small to get students’ attention and the previous frame was so large, the poster was… Continue Reading →

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