The design whizzes over at C&G Partners have many talents, but among the most mind-blowing is their ability to transform grayish-yellowish mountains of historical documents and artifacts into visually stunning, user-friendly exhibits and displays. Feast your eyes (and your web browser) on their latest archival triumph: a website for The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change in Atlanta. A C&G team led by partner Maya Kopytman (working in collaboration with Chicago-based web development firm Palantir) created a site that builds on the graphic identity established for a related traveling exhibition that the firm completed last year. At the core of the site, which launched yesterday, is a new digital archive for The King Center Imaging Project, a JPMorgan Chase & Co.-backed initiative to “bring the works and papers of Martin Luther King, Jr. to a digital generation.” Browse the archive to pore over King’s handwritten notecards and telegrams or zoom in on a Flip Schulke photo of MLK enjoying lunch with his family in 1964, under the watchful gaze of Ghandi, whose image hangs on a wall above them. Next up: more meticulously scanned and eminently searchable letters, speeches, drafts, notes, and photos. The King Center Imaging Project digital archive will eventually contain about a million documents.
Pace Univ. Dyson College of Arts and Sciences is looking for a Graphic Design/Communication Specialist. next job Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) is looking for a Graphic Design Coordinator. next job Mucca is looking for a Project Manager. next job Vidicom, Inc. is looking for a Production Manager. see all
Starting November 24, work with an experienced web developer to code and design your own webpage! In this course, Laura Galbraith will teach you how to understand the basic structure of HTML, identify the most commonly used tags, create webpages with images and hyperlinks, and create a basic CSS. Register now!