Allied Media Projects (AMP) cultivates media strategies for a more just and creative world. We have worked with AMP for several years on projects like identity development, print design, software development, and research.
We relaunched the main AMP website with a narrative-based navigation system. Relevant information, projects or programs are embedded within concise narrative-based tooltips. The menu is synchronized to a connected, photographic animation sequence. Both the photos and the navigation work together to communicate and contextualize the network relationships as a user moves through the site. This flexible system allows for the narrative to evolve and change over time and is responsive to rescaling browsers and mobile devices.
We also created the AMPtalk website, which is a platform for conference organizing and discussion. It serves as a logistical resource for attendees of the annual Allied Media Conference and as a live blogging system. Users organically share news, opportunities, and conference-related resources.
"Typically, you have to tell the elevator your direction because an arriving elevator may already have people in it who have already instructed it to go to a certain floor." (http://blog.jgc.org/2010/06/elevator-button-problem.html)
- Website Development
- Visual Design
- Brand Identity Development
- Analytics and Performance Tracking
- Public Relations and Outreach
- Constituent Relationship Management
- Web Application Architecture