San Francisco Public Library Turns to Public for New Card Designs
From the SF Chronicle:
San Francisco’s library cards are set for a makeover, and the city is asking the public to submit designs and ultimately vote on what the new cards will look like.
Starting Tuesday, children, teens and adults can digitally submit their drawings to ImproveSF.com, a citywide program that lets users propose and rate ideas online to better the community. The contest ends Oct. 4, after which the public can vote on their favorite designs from five categories: second grade and under, third through fifth grades, middle school, high school and adult.
Learn More via Official SFPL News Release
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