Workspheres website and kiosk
Workspheres website and kiosk
Workspheres website and kiosk
Workspheres website and kiosk
Workspheres website and kiosk
Workspheres website and kiosk
Workspheres website and kiosk

Workspheres website and kiosk

Method, Inc., New York, New York, 2000

Description

The primary challenge was to showcase more than 150 products on one screen, while continuing to develop and enhance the visual language of the “Workspheres” exhibition. We wanted to develop a not so abstract metaphor for the workplace that could visually relate the web site to the exhibition. The post-it note—one of the most common elements of the workplace—became this icon. On a technical level, we developed a sorting mechanism to help navigate the user through the massive amount of content, which is accessible on just one page. We feel that the site successfully integrates and continues the design language of both the exhibition and the other marketing collateral. We were able to develop not only a website but also a kiosk that served as a guide within the exhibition.

Collections: AIGA 365: 22 (2001)
Discipline: Experience design
Format: 3D digital, Website

Credits

Design firm
Method, Inc.
Creative director/lead designer
Olivier Chételat
Designers
Alicia Cheng, Thomas Noller
Interaction designers
April Starr, Ted Booth
Content strategist
Chris Torrens
Site engineering
Jonathan Synder
Producer
Natalia Maric
Account manager
Monte Bartlett
Typeface
Verdana
Software
Adobe Illustrator, Adobe PhotoShop, Flash
Client
Museum of Modern Art
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