Interactive Kiosk

The Normandy Campaign: The Advance Inland (Kiosk)

Client and Venue:

ABMC / Dog Green Productions, Normandy Visitor Center

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Client and Venue:

ABMC / Dog Green Productions, Normandy Visitor Center

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interactives

The Normandy Campaign interactive kiosk is an important component of the Normandy Visitor Center in Colleville-sur-Mer, France. This project was produced in partnership with Dog Green Productions for the American Battle Monuments Commission.

This map-based, interactive experience helps users to better understand the advancing movement of troups and about the military units who were present at D-Day and subsequent events.

Videos, stills, animation, and a zoomable map come together to make this experience feel very hands-on, giving the user ultimate control over how the information is disseminated.

The collapsible interface helps users visualize the time-based story and movement of battlements. Belle & Wissell also developed a style system and programming framework for ongoing ABMC projects.

Belle & Wissell Team Credits

Design Director, Designer: Gabe Kean
Designer: Marianna Rossi
Technology Lead: Seb Chevrel
Design Technologist: Aaron Hedquist

Additional Project Credits

Project Director: Max Lewkowicz
Project Coordinator: Adam Schein
Content Manager: Shelby Frantz
Video: Joseph Borruso

Belle & Wissell Team Credits

Design Director, Designer: Gabe Kean
Designer: Marianna Rossi
Technology Lead: Seb Chevrel
Design Technologist: Aaron Hedquist

Additional Project Credits

Project Director: Max Lewkowicz
Project Coordinator: Adam Schein
Content Manager: Shelby Frantz
Video: Joseph Borruso

The Normandy Campaign interactive kiosk is an important component of the Normandy Visitor Center in Colleville-sur-Mer, France. This project was produced in partnership with Dog Green Productions for the American Battle Monuments Commission.

This map-based, interactive experience helps users to better understand the advancing movement of troups and about the military units who were present at D-Day and subsequent events.

Videos, stills, animation, and a zoomable map come together to make this experience feel very hands-on, giving the user ultimate control over how the information is disseminated.

The collapsible interface helps users visualize the time-based story and movement of battlements. Belle & Wissell also developed a style system and programming framework for ongoing ABMC projects.