“Introducing Library CMS. A Drupal CMS Built For Librarians”


BIG SHOUT OUT to LISNews for bringing this announcement to my attention. Announcement:     Why libraries should be excited: It’s mobile friendly It’s a simple, easy-to-use design that follows the standards Plug and play type of interface – don’t Read more ›

[Aesthetic VS Functional Changes] and Dealing with Co-workers


Fantastic article on how to balance aesthetic changes with functional changes when you the only one championing for seemingly minute visual adjustments. Try swapping out the word, “product” with the words “Discovery Layer” or “Library Website” and see if it resonates with Read more ›

Link Love – Houston, we are not alone.


This week, I kept finding myself sinking deeper and deeper into the Library Blog world – specifically from UX (user experience) and Design-centric Librarians. Just another reminder how small the Library world really is and that, if you look hard Read more ›

CONTENTdm Consortium Banner (DIY – Illustrator)


I have been privileged with the opportunity to participate as a panelist at the National CONTENTdm Webinar coming up this Thursday, November 2nd. I’ve been asked to talk about how we’ve designed our instance to provide access to collections consortia-wide while Read more ›