Category Archives: Featured

Feature on Librarian Design Share

design share image

Librarian Design Share is one of my favorite practical librarian websites. There are all kinds of good, reusable ideas there. I’ve definitely run with a few of them myself. Today I’m featured with  my approach to the book talk poster – an easy, eye-catching template that works both large-scale and small-scale. Head on over to check it out, and don’t forget to follow Librarian Design Share while you’re there!

Librarian Design Share Feature

Do you know Librarian Design Share? It’s a great project started by April Aultman Becker and Veronica Arellano Douglas which allows librarians to share designs, get feedback, and generally help each other out with the increasingly important design responsibilities in a modern library. I’m so excited that a project like this exists. Design matters, and Librarian Design Share provides a place where we can gain inspiration and have conversations about what’s working and what isn’t.

I’m even more excited that I’m featured on Librarian Design Share today! The design is a poster that I made to publicize our LibQUAL results and findings this fall. I talked briefly about my efforts to become a better designer here, and I’m very pleased with how this poster turned out. Find out more about the poster and give Librarian Design Share some love!

Guest post at Library Tech Talk

As Summer into Autumn slips by Robert S. Donovan, on Flickr


I have a guest post on using Image Codr for Flickr Creative Commons images up at Towson University’s Library Tech Talk blog. The site is a cool tool for effortlessly generating code with correct attributions to use in webpages. Check it out here.