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Redesigning tscpl.org - a library website

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Have you redesigned your library's website lately? If not, then it's probably time! This session discusses the process we went through during our library's website redesign from start to finish. What …

Have you redesigned your library's website lately? If not, then it's probably time! This session discusses the process we went through during our library's website redesign from start to finish. What caused us to redesign? What new features did we incorporate into the redesign? What hurdles did we have to overcome? How did we achieve buy-in from staff and from customers?

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  • 1. david lee king | davidleeking.com | tscpl.org Redesigning tscpl.org
  • 2. old site - boo
  • 3. new site - yay!
  • 4. why redesign?
  • 5. why redesign? new coder!
  • 6. why redesign? new coder! went responsive
  • 7. why redesign? new coder! went responsive rem oved
 custom 
 coding
  • 8. any new features?
  • 9. any new features? Responsive!
  • 10. modern design
  • 11. modern design
  • 12. any hurdles to overcome?
  • 13. oh yeah…
  • 14. testing on multiple screens
  • 15. testing on multiple screens going responsive
  • 16. testing on multiple screens going responsive content - work in progress
  • 17. testing on multiple screens going responsive content - work in progress LESS & Sass - 
 CSS preprocessors
  • 18. testing on multiple screens going responsive content - work in progress LESS & Sass - 
 CSS preprocessors keeping old site current
 while building new site
  • 19. buy-in from 
 staff & customers?
  • 20. Yes!
 we ask them.

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