Designing a Website Your Patrons Will Love

Presented by: Mugo Web and Library Journal
Event Date and Time: Tuesday, March 19, 2024 | 2:00 PM ET / 11:00 AM PT


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Your website is essential to your library. It’s your first line of communication with the community, a digital branch that may have more traffic than your physical spaces. You want your site to be welcoming and accessible. How do you prioritize design that supports your brand, showcases your services, and is user-friendly to both staff and patrons alike? 

In this webinar, you will learn about best practices in industry design standards and hear a case study from Haliburton County Public Library on progressive UX design implementations. You’ll also be introduced to tools and practices that help you understand how your patrons use your site, and how that data can best be used to inform future design choices. 

Good UX design is good customer service! It’s time to get started on a website design journey that will lead your patrons to fall in love with the library all over again. 



Bethany Morse, Business Development Manager, Mugo Web

Erin Kernohan-Berning, Technology + Systems Coordinator, Haliburton County Public Library

Tianna Kwong, Principal, Tianna Kwong Creative


Matt Enis, Senior Editor of Technology, Library Journal


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