New Launches and Kudos
In the last six weeks we have completed a race to launch four large interactive and online projects. We are out of breath but proud, and warming up for the next round.
Diego Rivera: Murals for The Museum of Modern Art
Our project with the MoMA launched to rave reviews. Diego Rivera: Murals for The Museum of Modern Art is a new exhibit of River's Murals. We created a striking website to accompany the physical murals. This article from Greenfield Belser calls it "an excellent site with a ton of information presented in a clean and usable way." See our process, moodboards, wireframes, and the final designs here.
Quickly after launching Diego Rivera, we debuted Steve McCurry's website. It's an elegant site for the world-renowned photographer, showcasing his breathtaking images and making browsing through them dynamic and easy.
The Field Museum Interactive Touch Wall
A long build up led to an exciting debut. The Abbott Hall of Conservation "Restoring Earth" Green Wall is a captivating and educational touch wall that brings adventure to the Field Museum, exhibiting the wonders of the Yaguas river in Peru through interactive images of rare and remarkable creatures.
Peace is a Haiku Song
Finally, we launched a community website for the Mural Arts Program's project Peace is a Haiku Song, a place for artists and poets to come together over a hot cup of haiku. Learn more about the project here.
Awards and Recognition
We've also won quite a bit of recognition for our previous launches.