Library overhauls website to conform to mobile device, social media standards

The Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library recently launched a redesigned website, which the staff thinks will provide easier navigation and access to information.

The redesign, performed in-house, is also supposed to conform to the latest standards for display on mobile devices and integration with social media.

The library may have one of the busiest government websites around—it recorded 9.5 million visits last year. In fact, library officials refer to the site as the “web branch.”

Users can conduct transactions and database searches and download e-books.

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