Web Lab: Science Museum, London

Curator: Julia Zeltser
date: April 16, 2013
Categories: Brand & Identity Design, Entertainment Design, Illustration
Tags: exhibit, interactive, Web

Web Lab consists of five interactive Chrome experiments that highlight how internet experiences connect to real life. The year-long public exhibit is on display online and in the Science Museum, London, through June 2013. It enables people across the world to draw portraits in sand, create music, teleport to various faraway places, see where images live and browse a library of visitors’ creations. It’s an exciting website and requires a good chunk of time for discovery. 

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Edits Quarterly site: Ian Coyle

Curator: Randy J. Hunt
date: August 16, 2012
Categories: Book & Magazine Design, Entertainment Design, Typography
Tags: editorial, interaction, personal, Photography, video, Web
Subtitled “Short narratives in film & photography,” Ian Coyle’s Edits Quarterly appears to be a personal online editorial effort that has begun with force...but it’s unclear if more will come. So far, we have a single issue titled Voyager, dated Winter MMXI. Ian does love little moments of formality dropped into the work. Roman numerals perhaps reference his journey home to Italy, which acted as inspiration for the issue.
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Sexy Fingers: CRCR (NSFW, or is it?)

Curator: Jesse Reed
date: November 16, 2011
Categories: Advertising, Experience Design, Illustration
Tags: campaign, interactive, sexy fingers, Web
AIDES, the leading HIV/AIDS awareness group in France, has commissioned an interactive website/campaign from the French studio CRCR. The campaign, appropriately titled Sexy Fingers, uses illustration and savvy interactive design to raise awareness of the HIV-testing method of pricking your finger for a single drop of blood. 
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Hipmunk

Curator: Kevin Budelmann and Yang Kim
date: July 15, 2011
Categories: Experience Design
Tags: Travel, Web
So often, people don’t need more choices, we need fewer. When we need to book travel, we just want to do it without headaches. Hipmunk does a good job sorting this out, and is definitely one of the best sites we’ve seen in a while. 
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