Design Contest: SF Public Library Asks For Your Help!

September 10, 2012

By: Dwight Smith

The San Francisco Public Library certainly has earned its status as one of our most beloved public institutions. Now the San Francisco Public Library is jumping into the web 2.0 movement with a new crowdsourcing campaign to design their new library card.

Help design the new San Francisco Public Library new library cardsSeptember is National Library Card Month and in that vein, San Francisco Public Library wants YOU to design the new library cards for 2013. 

Imagine your design being on a card held by the nearly 400,000 members of the San Francisco Public Library. The contest is divided into 5 categories by grade/age from 2nd grade and younger up to adult. The whole family, you and your housemates – anyone and everyone – can get involved. The contest ends on October 5th. To submit a design on ImproveSF, click HERE!

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Here at Reset, we believe that we can tackle some of the city’s biggest problems by working together, sharing ideas and encouraging resident action. That’s why we’re fans of ImproveSF. Here is YOUR chance to participate in your community while also showcasing your artistic and creative expression. Get involved today!

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