Remmeber that web site I kept holding up as the example of what a library website should be? They've changed their look again:
It's more or less the same as before but with more gradients (which I've been talking about since forever, but they've used some nice-looking ones). They've added colored gradient images for their group headings so that they stand out more, which is a concern raised at the last meeting about the draft of the new ULM pages.
I would've choosen more subdued colors, but it does spice things up a lot. It used to be plain blue text with bold for the headings. Could doing something like this (but not nearly as much) be good for us?