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Taxonomy Strategies

May 4, 2002 Comments Off on Taxonomy Strategies

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Taxonomy Strategies

2002

Client: Taxonomy Strategies

We resolved the challenge of illustrating taxonomic structure by utilizing diagrams and a timeless tree-branch visual for this custom Dreamweaver site.

Categorize your thoughts at
taxonomystrategies.com


LACMA Explore Places

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LACMA Explore Places

2002

Client: LA County Museum of Art

Picked as February/March 2003 Cool Art Site of the Month by the San Francisco Exploratorium!

How can a place inspire an artist?
How do artists represent places?
Why do artists represent places?
What do artists communicate about places?
This educational module for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art presents eight works from the collection revolving around the concept of  “location” and includes Flash elements, animated gifs, popup windows for object comparison, a fun Java Applet, and downloadable PDF teacher resources.

Explore places through art at
lacma.org/places


Chinese Ceramics

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Pacific Asia Museum

2002

Client: Pacific Asia Museum

The Pacific Asia Museum has a wonderful collection of ceramic works, and we were involved with the design and development of these online K-12 curriculum materials. Site includes 31 example objects, section narratives for students, Flash elements, fact sheets, subject and object timelines, and extensive teacher resources.


Tell Me Your Stories

May 4, 2002 Comments Off on Tell Me Your Stories
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Tell Me Your Stories

2002

Client: Living Legacies Historical Foundation

Living Legacies Historical Foundation designs curriculum for middle school and high school Social Studies/English classes, teaching intergenerational and multicultural oral history interviewing and reporting.Teacher curriculum is delivered via HTML and editable Word documents.
Learn how to tell stories at tellmeyourstories.org