The Seattle Public Library will soon be launching its new website, and they’re asking for community input on the design. The current site was designed in 2003.
The redesign is happening in response to voters who passed the 2012 Library levy, who “said they wanted a strong website that would be a true ‘virtual library.'” To view and comment on the draft designs, visit this website, where there’s a short video (above) showing the design work already completed and a comment form. Comments may be submitted online by 5 pm on August 8.
SPL expects to launch the new site in early 2018; for more information about the library’s website redesign project, call 206-386-4636 or Ask a Librarian.