Through our interactive design work, we always look for ways to teach individuals—especially children—new ways to engage with the world around them. We use stories, visual information design, and on-screen activities to guide younger generations to learn from history, discover how things work, or realize the value of teamwork and collaboration.
Whether in the digital or physical world, one of the best ways to foster learning is through hands-on play. Therefore, Anode has been a proud sponsor of the players, coaches, and parents of the East Nashville Little League since 2013.
The Library Journal Design Institute is a bi-annual event that brings librarians, architects, and vendors together to discuss and explore the future of libraries. We pride ourselves in contributing to the innovations in the library industry, and we believe our interactive applications are helping transform libraries into community destinations. At the most recent LJDI event held at the Bozeman Public Library, we had so many great conversations about our digital end caps, community history interactives, and StoryBuilder application that we wanted to share some of the most frequently asked questions.
To celebrate their 150th anniversary, Montgomery Bell Academy asked us to create an interactive exhibit that would celebrate the school’s rich history in the context of their vibrant present. This interactive experience would need to attract the all-boy student body by feeling modern, intuitive and familiar, without straying from the school’s brand standards–which are richly engraved, etched and inlaid throughout the school’s campus.
After a few initial visits with the MBA team, we knew we would need to explore a graphically rich user interface to create a powerful connection between the school’s digital archive and social media content.