Jefferson Hills Public Library (JHPL) needed a logo and new website. They wanted the logo to be clean, simple and to stand out from the other libraries in the area. They also wanted it to be representative of Jefferson Hills. The logo that was designed by IFTS depicts abstract hills and pulls its color scheme from the area high school and the Pittsburgh professional sports teams.
JHPL needed a new website that allowed the librarians to easily communicate events happening at the library as well as being easily navigated by the patrons, both young and old. IFTS created a website that had an integrated blog area on the home page where JHPL librarians could post entries about what was going on at the library. These entries all have the ability to have accompanying pictures. The menus were designed with the patron in mind, with the most used links in the main menu in the center of the page. Additionally, IFTS added header text that is one of the focal points of the page where the librarians can leave quick messages, normally regarding something happening that day (i.e. library closed due to snow), which the patrons now know to look for. All of the most important information is located on the home page and easily seen without scrolling.