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Midnight Madness Returns was an urban game in Manhattan on the night of October 6-7, 2012. From 7:45pm until 10:30am, 180 players on twenty teams raced to solve puzzles they found around the city. The project raised $1.4 million for the children’s charity Good Shepherd Services.
Midnight Madness Returns
A website for New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) places special emphasis on the wide range of activities organized by the New York-based, not-for-profit collective—including its annual art fairs in April, May, and December. We see the site as an extension of NADA’s aim to share information and resources both within the contemporary art world and beyond.
Website for the New York-based Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP) brings together all of the great programs, projects, workshops, and events that CUP regularly initiates, in a fun way – it reminds us of their office.
Center for Urban Pedagogy
Website for Public Access Design by CUP enables designers and community advocates to connect and collaborate, functioning as an online environment that nurtures socially and politically engaged design work.
Public Access Design
Visual identity, invitation, and signage for Public Art Fund’s outdoor exhibition, People, at Brooklyn Bridge Park which features three new sculptures by Oscar Tuazon.
Our website for Roosevelt Island Explorers (RiEx) organizes the activities of educators and children working together to develop an early childhood program on New York’s Roosevelt Island. The design places special emphasis on projects and events meant to engage parents and educators in educational opportunities and possibilities on the island.
Roosevelt Island Explorers
Website for the sculptor Sarah Oppenheimer echoes the intricate, sometimes convoluted internal relationships within and among her work. A large “R&D” section reveals some of the amazing moments that occur during the production of her work.
Website for Samosapedia, an online crowd-sourced, urban-dictionary-style guide to all the English words from South-East Asia.
ManyLabs is a website that contains interactive science and math lessons. Some of these lessons correspond with real-world sensors. The interactive lessons guide students through using the sensors to explore scientific concepts. We helped skin the website so that the individual lessons are easier and more engaging for students.