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Submitted: Refining Craighead County Jonesboro Public Library’s Brand Identity

Submitted by: Micah Brightwell
Institution: Craighead County Jonesboro Public Library

“With this successful logo mark and a strong local reputation, a complete rebrand wasn’t necessary nor cost efficient. However, in order to have a cohesive and effective visual identity a few key elements needed to change.”

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Submitted: Redesigning a Library Card at Northbrook Public Library

Submitted by: Emily Glimco, Dave Kosrow, and Brodie Austin
Institution: Northbrook Public Library

“We’ve been working on more consistent branding (and a cleaner look to our branding) at our library for a while now. The process has been slow; we’re trying to make incremental changes when we can. When we learned that we were running out of library cards, we decided to seize the opportunity to redesign our library cards.”

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Submitted: Galileo on Twitter? McMaster’s Freedom to Read Video Campaign

Submitted by: Madeline Donnelly Institution: McMaster University Library Finding a creative way to promote Freedom to Read Week Over the past few years, McMaster University Library has run some great Freedom to Read (F2R) Week campaigns that have focused on… Continue Reading →

Submitted: 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.

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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

Submitted: Roesch Library card holder giveaway

“The University of Dayton Libraries marketing and outreach team brainstormed several different first-year student promotional pieces. We took a vote at one of our meetings and the concept of a card holder won. Our circulation staff shared that when students… Continue Reading →

Submitted: Find your Superpower at Monroe County Public Library (2015)

“We decided to depart from the Collaborative Summer Reading Program suite of illustrations to do our own thing this year (for the first time!). We liked the general superhero theme, but decided to make our own characters and tagline, with… Continue Reading →

Submitted: ‘Recommended by a Teen’ Bookmarks @ VBPL (2014)

“This project was planned by teen services librarian James Giangregorio for Teen Read Week, a YALSA initiative held between October 12-18, 2014. Materials were designed by creative services coordinator Kevin Carobine and printed in-house. The goal of this project was… Continue Reading →

Submitted: Digital Signage at Thode Library

“Recently, the H.G. Thode Library of Science and Engineering got a 42” monitor mounted from the ceiling just inside the entrance, which displays a rotation of slides. I wanted to create eye-catching and easy to read (at a distance) images that… Continue Reading →

Submitted: American Girls at Darien Library

“The email from the children’s library was that they wanted me to retouch their American Girl styled portraits for their upcoming AG program. The ladies put together their own creative costumes using pre-owned materials or buying extra touches very cheaply…. Continue Reading →

Submitted: Connect Williamsport Community Calendar (2013)

“In early 2013, the James V. Brown Library went live with Connect Williamsport, a free community calendar that highlighted the events of interest in the Williamsport, Pa., area. The goal was to create an eye-catching design with bold colors and… Continue Reading →

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