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The Battle of Pointe du Hoc

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American Battle Monuments Commission, Website

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The Battle of Pointe du Hoc is an interactive combat narrative about a heroic and crucial part of the Normandy invasion. This website was produced in partnership with filmmaker Dog Green Productions.

This website was created for the American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC) and acts as a companion to a visitor center at the Pointe du Hoc battlefield location in France.

Interstitial videos, an interactive map, animations, and zoomable stills come together to make this an immersive experience, allowing users complete control over their pathway through this battle story.

ABMC projects strive to tell accurate accounts of America at war through interactive battle maps, oral histories, soldier databases, and interpretive exhibits at U.S. military visitor centers around the world.

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The Battle of Pointe du Hoc

Project Accolades:

Communication Arts Webpick of the Week, 2009

Belle & Wissell Team Credits

Design Director, Designer: Gabe Kean
Designer, Programmer: Aaron Hedquist
Technology Lead: Seb Chevrel

Additional Project Credits

Chief Historian, Writer: Brigadier General John S. Brown, USA (Ret)
Producer, Project Concept Director, Writer: Max Lewkowicz
Project Coordinator: Adam Schein
Senior Editor: Joseph Borruso
Cinematography: Scott Shelley
Historical Research: Col. Robert W. Black, USA (Ret)
Reference Historian, U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center (AHEC): Rodney Foytik
Historian, Ranger Museum, Grandcamp-Maisy, France: Franck Maurouard
Director, Center for Heritage Conservation, Texas A&M University: Robert Warden
Colonel Robert R. McCormick Research Center, Cantigny First Division Foundation: Andrew Woods

Belle & Wissell Team Credits

Design Director, Designer: Gabe Kean
Designer, Programmer: Aaron Hedquist
Technology Lead: Seb Chevrel

Additional Project Credits

Chief Historian, Writer: Brigadier General John S. Brown, USA (Ret)
Producer, Project Concept Director, Writer: Max Lewkowicz
Project Coordinator: Adam Schein
Senior Editor: Joseph Borruso
Cinematography: Scott Shelley
Historical Research: Col. Robert W. Black, USA (Ret)
Reference Historian, U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center (AHEC): Rodney Foytik
Historian, Ranger Museum, Grandcamp-Maisy, France: Franck Maurouard
Director, Center for Heritage Conservation, Texas A&M University: Robert Warden
Colonel Robert R. McCormick Research Center, Cantigny First Division Foundation: Andrew Woods

The Battle of Pointe du Hoc is an interactive combat narrative about a heroic and crucial part of the Normandy invasion. This website was produced in partnership with filmmaker Dog Green Productions.

This website was created for the American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC) and acts as a companion to a visitor center at the Pointe du Hoc battlefield location in France.

Interstitial videos, an interactive map, animations, and zoomable stills come together to make this an immersive experience, allowing users complete control over their pathway through this battle story.

ABMC projects strive to tell accurate accounts of America at war through interactive battle maps, oral histories, soldier databases, and interpretive exhibits at U.S. military visitor centers around the world.

Visit Website:

The Battle of Pointe du Hoc

Project Accolades:

Communication Arts Webpick of the Week, 2009