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Exploring America's Concentration Camps

Exploring America’s Concentration Camps

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Exploring America’s Concentration Camps

2017

Client: Japanese American National Museum

Explore America’s Concentration Camps at eacc.janm.org


Frostig Collection 2013 Auction

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Frostig Collection 2013 Auction

2013

Client: The Frostig Center

This year’s 2013 Frostig Collection consists of a selection of beautiful and significant photographic prints, curated by Jamie Lee Curtis. We developed a customized online auction with complex reporting, managed within WordPress.

Going, going, SOLD! at thefrostigcollection.org


Gifts of the Sultan

May 4, 2013 Comments Off on Gifts of the Sultan

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Gifts of the Sultan

2011

Client: LACMA

Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s Gifts of the Sultan e-card was created for online use and in-gallery use (laptops as kiosks). Visitors’ data is retained and reported on via PHP scripting. Zumwinkle.com will be repurposing this e-card application for use by organizations who are hosting the travelling exhibition such as the MFA-Houston and Qatar Art Museum Association, and is working on an Arabic version that delivers content left-to-right.

Give a gift fit for a sultan at giftsofthesultan.com

 


USC Pacific Asia Museum

May 4, 2013 Comments Off on USC Pacific Asia Museum

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Pacific Asia Museum

2009

Client: Pacific Asia Museum

Pacific Asia Museum’s site design includes a filterable events calendar listing, exhibit information, development updates, and site-wide search application. The new dynamic homepage Flash animation promotes upcoming programs and exhibitions. The Digital Lounge incorporates various audio and video podcast multimedia. And the searchable online catalogue is “curated” with category groupings of 6,000 artworks by style and locale.


Chinese Rank Badges

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PAM Chinese Rank Badges

2008

Client: Pacific Asia Museum

Rank and Style: Power Dressing in Imperial China is an online exhibit exploring the fabric emblems worn by China’s rulers for centuries, and includes in-depth essays, teacher resources, glossary and the ability to zoom into detail views of 97 artworks.


Kokeshi World

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Kokeshi World

2008

Client: Japanese American National Museum

This hilarious Flash game teaches about the unique cultural Japanese doll sculpture called Kokeshi. Visitors can create and customize their own doll and background with other cultural elements and unique illustrations, and email the results to friends.


Fowler Museum at UCLA

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Fowler Museum at UCLA

2007

Client: Fowler Museum at UCLA

We designed two separate projects for the Fowler Museum at UCLA. Intersections is an online version of the museum exhibition highlighting key objects in the Fowler’s collection. Video, audio lectures, and audio tour podcasts can be accessed in the site’s Media Gallery. And we designed the interface for their searchable Online Collections application, partnering with the ever resourceful Systems Planning development team.


Japanese American National Museum

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Japanese American National Museum

2007

Client: Japanese American National Museum

The Japanese American National Museum wanted a modernized online presence that focused on highlighted events and exhibitions. The new site’s homepage presents a custom illustration upon each new visit to the page, and inside pages include slideshows of images and quotations.

Explore JA past, present, and future culture at janm.org

 


LACMA French Oil Sketches

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LACMA French Oil Sketches

2007

Client: LA County Museum of Art

A module highlighting scholarly essays  and research into 20 intriguing artworks from LACMA’s European Paintings Department. The “What is a French Oil Sketch?” section illustrates five functional types of these particular “Sketches” by matching other comparative images, and allowing interactive zooming in to view comparative details.

Compare the Modello with the final work at lacma.org/Additional/ep/fos/fos_home.asp

 

 

 

LACMA French Oil Sketches


Antelope Valley Map and Timeline

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Time Trails Map and Timeline

2006

Client: Antelope Valley Indian Museum

Time Trails: Peoples of the Antelope Valley and Southern California is an interactive Flash timeline of seven maps displaying natural and human migration patterns and commercial growth of the Antelope Valley in California. Includes kid-friendly rollovers, audio voiceovers, and morphing topography.

Explore more than 12,000 years of human history in the Antelope Valley with Annie the Antelope at avim.parks.ca.gov/flashmap.shtml


The Frostig Collection

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The Frostig Collection

2006 – 2011

Client: The Frostig Center

The Frostig Collection is an annual suite of artworks for sale. The site’s stylesheets are customized yearly to match the year’s selected extraordinary artworks.

Collect the whole set at thefrostigcollection.org


LACMA Collections Online

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LACMA Collections Online

2006

Client: LA County Museum of Art

We designed the look-and-feel and information architecture of LACMA’s online image and library database. Site includes a customized Flash homepage, departmental “highlights” pages, access to deep data relating to specific artworks, educational components, online exhibition modules.


LACMA Families in American Art

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LACMA Families in American Art

2006

Client: LA County Museum of Art

An educational module introducing several of LACMA’s seminal works of art in a kid-friendly manner. Players search for obects listed in an “I Spy” manner, and then can drag-and-drop dialog boxes onto the artwork’s characters (and write their own dialog as well!) Feedback on all user-driven decisions delivers art historical and critical info to kids. Zumwinkle.com created customized background music for each work as well.

Can you find a baby’s toe? Search for it here

 


JANM Kids Bento Box

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JANM Kids Bento Box

2005

Client: Japanese American National Museum

Eat your lunch! Our Bento (Lunch) Box metaphor works perfectly for JANM Kids, a fun introduction to Japanese-American culture and history. The site is a mix of Flash activities and games, and informational HTML pages.


PAM Nature of the Beast

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PAM Nature of the Beast

2005

Client: Pacific Asia Museum

Nature of the Beast is an online educational module depicting animals, both real and imaginary, in Japanese art throughout history. Module includes in-depth artwork essays and ability to zoom in on 40 highlighted artworks, an interactive timeline of Japanese and world events, downloadable desktop wallpapers, a “Random Monster Generator” game, a “Pick Your Fave” form allowing visitors to comment on their favorite works, teacher resources and downloadable curriculum, and starring the cutest little beetle ever!


Aviation History Archive

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Aviation History Archive

2005

Client: City of Downey

The Aviation History Archive is a proprietary application by Systems Planning, allowing visitors and historians to upload essays, images, and other data related to the aeronautical industry located in Downey, California. Access is through kiosks placed throughout the city.


LACMA Legacy of Genghis Khan

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LACMA Legacy of Genghis Khan

2003

Client: LA County Museum of Art

Picked as Yahoo! Site of the Day in April 2003!

This exhibition module highlighted 28 works of art from The Legacy of Genghis Khan museum exhibition. Each object was presented with didactic text and close-ups of object details, illustrating themes, patterns, and workmanship. Eight objects were selected for special presentations in FlashMX format; the visitor clicks on a highlighted number to access didactic text and close-ups in narrative order. Site includes a downloadable PDF curriculum for teachers.

General Genghis Khan commands your presence. Come study Islamic Art.


Visions of Enlightenment: Buddhist Art

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Visions of Enlightenment

2003

Client: Pacific Asia Museum

2004 SILVER MUSE AWARD WINNER: ART EDUCATION
(American Association of Museums)
Yahoo! Site of the Day
Netscape Site of the Day

Design and development of base-Flash module with HTML resource pages.  Site highlights 27 example objects from a recent Buddhist Art exhibit taken from the museum’s collection. Each object has larger versions of object, rollover details, text essays, and teacher resources. Included for delivery are a Flash-driven timeline/world map, PDFs of K-12 curriculum materials, an extensive contextual glossary, a Flash “Fact or Fiction” guessing game with feedback and rewards, a community forum, and four Flash photo essays by local photographers.

 


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.