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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: Hutchinson Public Library’s ‘Nerd’ Logo (2016)

We occasionally see some different logos in the library world (Anythink comes to mind), and here’s another one to add to that list: Hutchinson Public Library’s ‘Nerd’ logo. On April 11, 2016, the new branding (including the logo, tagline and… 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 →

Chicago Public Library Rebranding (2016)

Chicago Public Library quietly revealed all new branding, with a stark B&W logo to replace the venerable green “pie-chart” based on the municipal device. Is the pie gone forever? Find out on Ad/Lib.

#whatsyourstory at Leeds Library (2015)

“The campaign strategy was to change people’s perceptions of modern public libraries. We wanted a campaign that would be fresh, exciting, and high-profile. It was designed to be fun and appealing to adults living in Leeds to inspire them to engage with the library service.”

Read Angela Hursh’s (of Content Marketing for Libraries) interview with Jason Tutin of Leeds Library.

ALA’s Libraries Transform (2015)

On October 29, 2015, the American Library Association officially launched the large, multi-year1 Libraries Transform campaign (along with corporate sponsor Overdrive). The objectives, as described on the campaign website, are to create awareness of how libraries are transforming their work, shift… Continue Reading →

Quick Hit: Guelph Public Library Logo (2015)

Guelph Public Library (Guelph, Ontario)1 recently unveiled a minor rebrand, which includes a new logo in ‘royal’ purple, and associated tagline: “Explore, Connect, Thrive”. Below is a short video reveal of the new logo, shared on the Library’s twitter feed…. Continue Reading →

Submitted: Ryerson Library’s Digital Media Experience Lab

“With the opening of the Student Learning Centre, the Ryerson Library had the opportunity to expand our services into a new area – experiential learning and emerging technologies. An instant hit with students, the Digital Media Experience Lab (DME) needed… Continue Reading →

Quick Hit: Aram Public Library Logo and Website (2015)

Aram Public Library of Delavan, Wisconsin has a brand new logo and website, as result of working with local design firm SignalFire. The design came from a collaboration between the library and the designers. “The initial logo concept began with… Continue Reading →

Submitted: Digital Signage for the Ryerson University Student Learning Centre

“The Ryerson Student Learning Centre (SLC) opened in February 2015. Designed by Snøhetta, the building provides over 150,000 square feet of space dedicated to students – for learning, innovation, and play. As a key stakeholder in the SLC, the Ryerson… Continue Reading →

The Seattle Public Library Rejected Rebranding (2015)

“Seattle Public Libraries” Rebranding The Seattle Public Library (SPL) put out a call for comment in early September of 2015 as part of a rebranding process. The library was working with branding firm Hornall Anderson (see our previous post,  “We Are An Open… Continue Reading →

“Book Burning Party” for Troy Public Library (2012)

In the summer of 2011, the electorate in Troy, Michigan (a suburb of Detroit) had a ballot measure in front of them: increase taxes to fund the library or close it down entirely. This was not he first time that… Continue Reading →

In Brief: VoteLibraries Art (2015)

VoteLibraries, a project of EveryLibrary, is “the first nationwide Political Action Committee (PAC) for libraries”. Since EveryLibrary aims to help get library funding ballot measures passed, they recognize that part of that challenge is a marketing one. EveryLibrary worked with… Continue Reading →

More on Ask Girl – an Interview with the Creators (2015)

Below is an article I wrote for the Ontaro Library Association’s Open Shelf magazine with my colleague Susanna Galbraith. I’ve written about the Ask Girl campaign previously on this website, and this interview expands on that. In the fall of 2014 McMaster… Continue Reading →

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