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I am terribly jealous of the digital branch style guide

David Lee King shares his digital branch’s style guide. A little long, but all recommendations are simple, clearly explained and sensible. Oh look, they spell email just like normal people do, yay! Style guides do more than just help you … Continue reading

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hello ala.org

I have to say I had no idea when I wrote my post the other day that the redesigned ALA.org was going live this week. It looks pretty good, with my minor nitpick being the main page title says “ALA … Continue reading

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review ALA’s new proposed design

You’ve got two days. Go! I don’t want to influence your opinion much but I will tell you that I have already used the word “sadistic” once. I tend to agree with this comment on web4lib. The review process comprises … Continue reading

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I [want to] love libraries

Many people have worked hard on ALA’s I Love Libraries website. I know this because I was (in a small way) one of them.The site was advertised in the State of America’s Libraries published by ALA in April but didn’t … Continue reading

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ALA claims to be doing web site usability survey.

No it’s not The Onion, it’s true. “You may be aware that we are currently conducting a usability assessment of our ALA website.”

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