Linked by Air
Adding to our online and print work with the Tang Museum, we designed the first of three planned publications to accompany their ongoing project, Accelerate: Access and Inclusion at the Tang Teaching Museum.
Tang Accelerate magazine
A website for the literary journal Salmagundi showcases its diverse history of intellectual engagement in the arts and humanities.
For Columbia GSAPP’s on-campus digital screens, we developed web-based software that allowed them to function as metaphorical clocks and display the latest events, exhibitions, books, student work, and e-blasts.
Columbia GSAPP Digital Screens
A digital archive and website for the New Museum foregrounds this radical institution’s expansive, multimedia collection history.
New Museum Digital Archive
ICA LA website and identity trade an eclectic set of commercial and institutional vernaculars to build a surface that is both growing and about growth. Beneath that surface, we built a mission-driven and resilient infrastructure.
Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles identity
A new website and identity for a new museum: Our work for the Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles amplifies the museum’s community-oriented mission, transparency, and awareness of place in the growing arts district of downtown LA.
Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles website
The pleasantly surprising new website for the Brooklyn-based, independent, non-profit publishing house, Zone Books, empowers its content authors and celebrates language as medium.
We were excited and proud to see Menil start its online publishing section. As media-rich complements to their physical exhibitions, two online features have been produced, on the amazing Yupik masks and on the visual culture of the Dogon people.
Menil Online Publications
Website for Williams College Museum of Art employs a flat hierarchy and oversized UI to create an experience that draws awareness to one’s path through the site.
Williams College Museum of Art website