Over the years, we’ve created a variety of projects for a wide range of clients. Below are some of the highlights.
We’re currently working on several interesting new projects: prototype-stage development for a website about mid-20th century urban renewal, revamping some legacy websites to rethink the interactive features made using Flash, a collaborative web exhibit about the American Revolution and a project about African Americans in New England during the revolutionary era.
Developed as an in-gallery interactive, this map-based exhibit lets visitors follow the path of a canoe trip taken in 1820 by Joseph Treat and his Penobscot guide John Neptune. Visitors can read what Treat recorded in his journal about the places they encountered as they explored the new state of Maine.
The Maine History of Labor Mural is an eleven panel artwork permanently displayed in the lobby of the Maine State Museum. The mural depicts scenes of the state’s labor history in an effort to honor the men and women who built Maine. This touchscreen interactive is located in front of the mural and invites visitors to learn more about the people and events depicted in the mural.
This award-winning online exhibit tells the story of the 19th century discovery of mysterious fossilized footprints in New England. The realization that these tracks were created by extinct creatures we now know as dinosaurs made a deep impression on the science and culture of that time.
Mystic Seaport for Educators brings the treasures and resources of Mystic Seaport Museum’s vast collection out of the archives and into classrooms and homes.
A prototype developed for the American Antiquarian Society to transform their live historical presentation about Isaiah Thomas into an engaging online experience.
The Arts and Crafts movement flowered at the beginning of the 20th century in the village of Deerfield, Massachusetts. The period’s philosophical and artistic ideals were expressed in beautiful pieces that drew inspiration from the village's Colonial past
In 1868, Laura Jernegan, a 6 year old girl from Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts set out on a three year, round-the-world whaling voyage with her father a whaling captain. This website tells Laura’s story by means of the journal she kept during her voyage.
MFSC works to achieve a sustainable, equitable food system for the Commonwealth; this site presents their plan and related resources.
An award-winning site that lets visitors explore a historical event from the diverse perspectives of the five cultural groups involved; offering a model for examining controversial events using a multicultural approach.
Only three years after the American Revolution ended, thousands of Massachusetts citizens took up arms against their new state government. This site tells the story of Shays' Rebellion.
Over 2,500 primary source artifacts and documents from a historical museum's collection form the basis for exploring American history with lessons, hands-on activities, online exhibits and more.
An online course developed for the Annenberg Foundation about the latest frontiers of physics.
A ground-breaking, award-winning website based on the Pulitzer Prize winning book, “A Midwife's Tale” by historian and Harvard professor Laurel Thatcher Ulrich. This site is an early milestone in the development of digital humanities.