To design a product for a library, we need to understand the pain points of both the librarians and the library users. Based on this understanding, we can design a solution that addresses their needs and improves their experience. For librarians, one of the biggest pain points is managing the library's collection. Our product could include a dashboard that provides real-time insights into the collection, including which books are checked out, which books are popular, and which books need to be replaced. This dashboard could also help librarians identify trends and make informed decisions about which books to add to the collection. For library users, one of the biggest pain points is finding the books they need. Our product could include a search function that allows users to search for books by title, author, or subject. The search results could also include information about the availability of the book and its location in the library. Additionally, we could include a recommendation engine that suggests books based on the user's reading history and preferences. To make the product user-friendly, we could design a mobile app that allows users to access the library's collection from their smartphones. The app could include features such as a barcode scanner that allows users to check out books without having to go to the front desk, and a push notification system that alerts users when their requested books are available. Overall, our product would aim to streamline the library experience for both librarians and library users, making it easier to manage the collection and find the books they need.