Interactive wall maps of the United States show visitors that the segregated schools and lunch counters of the Jim Crow era were not unique to the South.

Animated short films trace the roots of the culture of resistance and illuminate the disparities between the promises of the country’s founding documents and the realities for people of color.

A Windows Phone app created exclusively for the 2014 Whitney Biennial guides visitors through the exhibition and encourages a deeper dive into its eclectic selection of works.

In celebration of AIGA’s centennial and the profound impact of American design on our culture, this microsite acts as a living resource for design.

An innovative tool to enhance educational engagement and foster discourse, Global Crossroads is a dynamic, large-scale environmental installation driven by web technologies and content created within an accompanying web app.

The media wall broadcasts Occidental’s commitment to openness, academic excellence, global affairs, and visual literacy and serves as a physical reflection of the liberal arts experience and its commitment to inquiry and exploration.