The Archaeology of West Point

Client:

Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture

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Client:

Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture

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Interactives

“The Archaeology of West Point” is an online exhibit that tells the story of a remarkable archaeological find in Seattle and the people who lived here 4,000 years ago.

The goal of this piece was to present the approach that an archaeologist takes to learn about the past, while presenting a database of dig artifacts.

The interface combines audio, video, photos and text to create an immersive experience for both the casual visitor or the researcher.

This project was created in partnership with the Burke Museum and the Tribal Oversight Committee.

Visit Website:

The Archaeology of West Point

Project Accolades:

Communication Arts Interactive Annual, 2006

Belle & Wissell Team Credits

Art Director, Designer: Gabe Kean
Designer: Keith Harper
Programmer:  Seb Chevrel

Belle & Wissell Team Credits

Art Director, Designer: Gabe Kean
Designer: Keith Harper
Programmer:  Seb Chevrel

“The Archaeology of West Point” is an online exhibit that tells the story of a remarkable archaeological find in Seattle and the people who lived here 4,000 years ago.

The goal of this piece was to present the approach that an archaeologist takes to learn about the past, while presenting a database of dig artifacts.

The interface combines audio, video, photos and text to create an immersive experience for both the casual visitor or the researcher.

This project was created in partnership with the Burke Museum and the Tribal Oversight Committee.

Visit Website:

The Archaeology of West Point

Project Accolades:

Communication Arts Interactive Annual, 2006