This project explores if a specific typographical landscape—a “topography of type”—exists that is unique to an area and how it could be visualized in digital and analog formats. Can it be a virtual or visual corridor through which one travels to be in a specific place the same way that a kid might look at […]
A website for a fine art painter showcasing drawings and plain air paintings. In the artist’s own words: “I love to draw and paint. There’s nothing quite like the feeling of being out on location, painting a scene, in the ever-changing environment of the natural elements.”
Empowering teachers and students to use the new website as a platform to communicate the school’s commitment to help students become lifelong learners.
Redesigning the website for Petit St. Vincent Resort, a private hideaway in the island chain of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, as part of a comprehensive branding effort.
Designing a website that hosts thousands of virtual artifacts relating to the history and experience of people with disabilities. An educational section provides tools and curricula for teachers to bring a deeper understanding of disabilities into the classroom.
A website for a photographer that displays his diverse capabilities and approach to seeing the world through the lens of his camera.
An endowment is a promise. It can ensure that a parish will have sufficient funds when needed or that a building can be maintained. Designlounge created a simple and effective website for the Armenian Church Endowment Fund (ACEF) to communicate the benefits of long-term investments.
Amy Arbus’ long career of photographing famous actors and artists as well as everyday people has resulted in a portfolio that leaves a lasting impression. Designlounge created the website.
It is a complex natural world. It is the mission of the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies to investigate the natural interactions and connections to be able to react to changes that affect the environment. Designlounge proposed the design of an interactive website to creatively visualize those complexities.