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How to Mark Up Poetry

If Charles Goldfarb, Edward Mosher, and Raymond Lorie — the creators of GML (get it?) and the grandfathers of modern-day HTML — had been tasked with the project of making the world’s poetry machine-readable (instead of government, legal, and scientific documents) we would have at our disposal the <poem>, <stanza>, and <line> tags and I >>>

New Project: Where the Bribes Are: The Mintz Group FCPA Map

We recently created an interactive map for the James Mintz Group, an international investigative services firm, that shows where cases related to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act have been settled. The map shows multiple dimensions: the country, the estimated amount of the penalty for that country, which sector the case belongs to. This data is >>>

MoMA de Kooning Retrospective exhibition website

We’re super-excited and proud of our most recent project, the website for the huge de Kooning retrospective that just opened at MoMA. As usual, we did the IA, UX, and project management for the integration, working hand in hand with Kiss Me I’m Polish (visual design) and Type/Code (development). Tweet This Post

Knight News Challenge Interim Review

We recently collaborated with Kiss Me I’m Polish (with awesome illustrations by Papercut) to do a slide presentation and a series of infographics for the Knight News Challenge’s Interim Review of their 2007-8 grant winners. Here’s the Slideshare presentation: Knight News Challenge Years 1 & 2 Assessment Here’s my favorite slide from the deck, The >>>

The future of textbooks (as seen through the eyes of students)

For the final project of the Core Interaction Studio course I teach at Parsons, I challenged my screenaged design students to re-imagine the textbook for the digital, networked age. Here are some questions/observations that came out of the 2 month-long process: How does the next generation value print? If I can extrapolate, print is not >>>

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