In addition to winning a 2020 Webby, the Knight First Amendment Institute website has received four recent awards from Davey, Communicator, and W3.
We’re proud to launch a new website for Seek, the award-winning science research magazine from The Rockefeller University.
Point Five Founder and Creative Director Alissa Levin will present the workshop Small Mags, Big Ideas on July 12th at ICON10: The Illustration Conference in Detroit.
We designed materials for A First Amendment for All? Free Expression in the Age of Inequality, a symposium with the Columbia Law Review, the Knight First Amendment Institute, and the Center for Constitutional Governance.
We designed Middlebury’s “Critical Conversations,” an ongoing series of events that encourage the campus community to engage deeply with issues of inclusivity and free expression. We worked with Aleksandar Savić to create a set of original illustrations for the project.
Alissa was honored to give a keynote presentation about digital design at the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Editor’s Forum.
We launched a new site for Commonweal, enhancing their diverse content covering religion, politics, books and culture.
Working with animator Francesca Cattaneo, we produced this installment of Nautilus’ Spark of Science series.
We are thrilled to announce the launch of tricycle.org.
We’ve updated the Opening Act website with a responsive design. Also, the cast of Hamilton stopped by…
We received two honors from the Society of Publication Designers for print design and digital illustration.
We’re proud to announce the launch of Latin America Goes Global, a website based on the idea that too often and for too long, Latin America and the Caribbean have been studied and analyzed in terms of policy as a separate, isolated geographic unit.
On April 21st, Tony Award-winning director Kenny Leon (A Raisin in the Sun) will direct a reading of FABULATION, OR THE RE-EDUCATION OF UNDINE by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage. Proceeds go to supporting Opening Act’s powerful young students.
Religion & Politics is a Webby Nominee for Religion and Spirituality Website. Nautilus has been nominated for Website of the Year from Society of Publication Designers. And The Yale Law Journal is both a Webby Honoree and a bronze winner from Horizon Interactive Awards for websites in the Legal category.
Collaborating with our friends at Tierra, we designed the mobile-optimized site for The Paris Review.
We collaborated with our amazing colleagues at Tierra Innovation to launch the new Yale Law Journal.