A curious SeaWorld sea turtle meets his avatar during an LP on-site project installation. http://fb.me/PHzOTWIk
A curious SeaWorld sea turtle meets his avatar during an LP on-site project installation: http://t.co/u2wl54t
Jake Talks about the 9/11 Memorial Names Arrangement on BBC World Service, June 2011
The delicate and complex issue of how to arrange the names on the 9/11 Memorial took time and some clever software to solve. Click here to listen to Jake’s BBC World Service interview describing the challenges of the 9/11 Memorial names arrangement software.
The Peace Corps at 50 | The Kojo Nnamdi Show http://fb.me/12z0I3acB
100 Days Until 9/11 Memorial at WTC Opens in September | National September 11 Memorial & Museum http://fb.me/12yvq0LAG
Local Projects Named National Design Awards Finalist
Local Projects was named a finalist in the Interaction Design category of the 2011 Cooper- Hewitt National Design Awards. To read more about the awards and about Local Projects, click here.
LP Work Featured at Interfaces Exhibition in Paris, May 2011
Work by Local Projects is currently on display at Interfaces, a multiscreen design exhibition in Paris. At the show, 5 synchronized screens display a selection of 43 projects organized in 6 sections : service design / media & digital contents / sound design / games / connected objects / architecture & space. For more information on the exhibition, click here. And to see photos of the exhibition, click here and here!
Watch Jake’s Talk at Imagine 2011
Local Projects principal, Jake Barton, was invited to speak at Imagine 2011 on a panel along with John Maeda, the head of Rhode Island School of Design and Owen Rogers, the head of IDEO’s Consumer Experience Design Practice. Watch the video here!
Ian Curry Speaks at Narrative in Practice on Saturday May 21st
Ian Curry will be speaking at Narrative in Practice, a design symposium taking place on Saturday, May 21, 2011 in London. Find out more details about the event here.
Local Project’s Memorial Guide featured on the New Yorker!: http://www.newyorker.com/talk/2011/05/16/110516ta_talk_paumgarten