Evolution of BPLDs Library Cards – Part 3 (Newbie Card Edition)

Well, it’s been a while, hasn’t it?  I’m proud to announce our (semi) new Adult and Children’s Library cards.  Designed by our employee, Tony, both of these beauties came out last fall.

  • 2012 – Present

“Rays of sunshine card”

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The adults get a new library card that really stands out with its contrasting colors of bright orange and shades of blue.  Our library name stands out in bold white which compliments our lovely logo design.  But it’s those darn catchy colors that always grabs my attention.  Where else can you find a library card where it looks like the sun’s rays are are peaking through a person improving their well-being by reading?  Here!  That’s where!  And because of that, I hope we keep this card for a long time.

  • 2012 – Present

“The blue maze card”

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I was going to call this the “blue card” but the new adult card actually replaced old blue, so bear with me in calling the new children’s card, “the blue maze card.”  Creative and catchy, huh?  Like with all libraries, it’s a matter of giving the community what they want and our library doesn’t stop at just library materials; we’ll go as far as library cards!  And if you remember our “purple card” that was under so much demand that we simply ran out, we decided to keep the identical design but switch the color to a more soothing, universal blue.  With a maze-like design that consists of cool shades of blue and white, our library’s name is cleverly placed under our logo design that just has kids begging to use their “blue maze card” to check out fantastic library materials.

Which one’s your favorite?

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