In the front end web development class that I am taking, we are invited to share inspiration examples. Here are a few of my favorites that have been presented in class.
I love the use of illustration and animation: http://www.animalmade.com/
Thoughtful use of simultaneous video:
Unexpected and inventive navigation: http://shantellmartin.art/
After months of planning and hard work, I am pleased to announce that my newest project with The Metropolitan Museum of Art has officially launched!
The Leonard A. Lauder Research For Modern Art microsite now provides guests with unique views and information regarding some of the greatest works in modern art. Not only are users able to digitally access all 81 objects in the Leonard A. Lauder Cubist Collection, but they will also be given a rare view of the archival labels and previously hidden artwork contained on the backs of the paintings.
Last night, I had the pleasure of celebrating at the opening reception for the new Leonard A. Lauder Research Center for Modern Art's first exhibition, "Cubism: The Leonard A. Lauder Cubist Collection." It was a wonderful opportunity to view the entire body of objects and to experience The Met after hours.
Designing for The Met has be a tremendous privilege and I look forward to our continued collaboration.
A teacher in graduate school showed me this projection as inspiration for an experience design project that I was working on. Many years have passed, but I still love watching it. So many New York buildings would be an incredible backdrop for this!