A £100,000 contract to develop the name and brand of a single digital presence for UK libraries has gone live.
Open to all studios and designers, the British Library said it is looking for a team that will “raise and re-energise the profile of libraries”.
“We’re looking for a creative partner who can help us bring to life the uniquely welcoming character of a local, high-street library in a digital space,” British Library chief librarian Liz Jolly said.
Funding is part of £3.4m grant pledged by Arts Council England in 2018 to provide a platform that local libraries can use to reach a national audience.
Applications are open until August 15.