If you’re reading this post, you’ve found JJML’s new website. Welcome! You’ve now got the key to our “online” or “digital” branch, where you’ll find knowledge, research, education, entertainment and communication resources more easily than ever before.
We’ve spent almost a year planning, designing, building and testing this new site to make it easier to navigate and more inclusive, with accessible resources for all ages and all members of the Sag Harbor community. And, we’re not done yet. In future months watch for the opening of our “Local Arts and Voices” page, special pages for Long Island’s “One Book,” our Summer Reading Club, and more.
The previous version of the JJML website launched in 2004, and at that time, was state of the art. Web technologies have changed a lot in the intervening years. Our new site is, we hope, easier to use, more appealing to the eye and the kind of experience that you, our users, have come to expect from the web whether you’re on a computer, tablet or phone.
One new feature to which we’d particularly like to draw your attention is BrowseAloud, which can be accessed by clicking on the headphone icon at the top right of any page. BrowseAloud offers accessibility aids such as reading aloud, text magnification, translation services and more. We are thrilled to be able to offer these features to make our site available to more people.
As hard as we’ve tried, we know that the site is not perfect. We look forward to your feedback to help us improve it over the coming months. Please send your comments and suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you.
Many individuals put in countless hours to make this website possible. We offer our deep thanks to the following individuals and firms for their dedication, inspiration and skill.
JJML Staff Members
Eric C. Cohen
Lynn, Jill and their staff at Blumenfeld+Fleming, a Creative Partnership
Greg Perham of Swing Graphics
Daniel Gonzalez and Raun Norquist, of Daniel Gonzalez Photography