One-Pager 2.0

About a year ago my partners at Influx and I released One-Pager, a free template for library websites.

We’ve updated it and it is better than ever. In fact, good implementations of One-Pager will be better than most library websites.

With this update the code is cleaner and more efficient, and we’ve added some responsive elements so that it formats well on any browser. Check out what happens on a mobile device. The image disappears and the menu adapts so that the most important tasks can be taken care of easily.

One-Pager is intentionally different than most library websites. Try out the demo and read more about the ideas behind One-Pager on Influx’s site.

6 thoughts on “One-Pager 2.0”

  1. Looks fabulous! If you ever get a chance, I’d love to hear about why you went with “become a member” rather than the more traditional “get a library card.” Does “membership” resonate more with people? Do they get that it’s free, still? Does it imply more benefits than just being a cardholder? I’m so curious!

  2. Are any libraries using one-pager? They should. I think it’s great design, but I’d like to see a “live” version in the wild.

    1. Thanks Aaron,

      Things are well with me. One year into an MLS degree. Working part-time at Sherwood still but had to give up North Plains. I miss it. Still lovin’ on small town libraries. Thanks for getting me started.

      Hope all is well with you as well and that we see each other around.


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