Unpacking Design

Episode 102 – Unpacking Libby

Episode Summary

Everyone who loves to read will often spend lots of money purchasing physical and digital books including audio versions. What if there were a way to borrow audiobooks free of charge? Learn more about what Libby is, how it works, and the various digital resources that it provides in this episode of Unpacking Design.

Episode Notes

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Everyone who loves to read will often spend lots of money purchasing physical and digital books including audio versions. What if there were a way to borrow audiobooks free of charge?

In this episode, Mike introduces an app called Libby, which was developed for the public library system in many cities of New York. This app is beautifully designed and allows users to connect their library cards to borrow all the latest books virtually from their local library. Mike and Tim discuss the seamless way that the app works with searching, borrowing, returning, and placing books on hold. Tim also shares the different digital resources that are available through local libraries such as magazines, documentaries, and more.

Learn more about what Libby is, how it works, and the various digital resources that it provides in this episode of Unpacking Design.

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