The Sacramento Public Library’s website got a big facelift today and is looking pretty hot. The new design by local firm PMC is a big step up from SPL’s former ’90s era design.
I’m loving the big showoffy Locations pages and the responsive design (the layout modifies itself in mobile browsers instead of forcing you to squint). The catalog section of the site does not appear changed, but it had already gone through a recent change.
What do you think? Will you finally break down and read a book now, doofus?
One thought on “Sacramento Public Library boasts big web redesign”
They should be ashamed for jumping on the facebook bandwagon (which is 4+ years old now). Anything with “book” or “face” or “catalog” is so 2000s. I haven’t ordered from a catalogbookface since my last ll bean sweater, in 2001. Get with it and give me an app with VR lasers to kill/collect gps based virtual trinkets. And if you are squinting, maybe the site is not made for your 60 year old eyes on a 3 year old phone, Boofus.