Interactive Kiosk and Website

World War I Timeline

Client:

ABMC / Dog Green Productions

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The World War I Timeline presents the battles and campaigns of the war visually on the world map, illustrating year-by-year that this was truly a world war. This project was produced in partnership with filmmaker Dog Green Productions.

This project in it’s kiosk form is installed in every American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC) visitor center across the world; honoring the soldiers who fought and died at those locations.  In the future, this timeline will be accompanied with region-specific interactive experiences depicting the relevant battles and/or campaigns that occurred in that region of the world.

The website version of this project serves as the overview and link to all of the specific battle and campaign intereactive experiences that are installed around the world.

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:

World War I Timeline

Project Accolades:

The New York Times “In France, Honoring the Fallen in the War to End All Wars,” 2013
War History Online “New Interactive Timeline and Map Allows You to Explore the History of World War I,” 2013

Belle & Wissell Team Credits

Design Director: Gabe Kean
Art Director: Thomas Ryun
Designer: Edrea Lita
Designer: Ryan Tatum
Project Manager: Sarah Faulkner
Producer: Marq Dean
Technology Lead: Edward Tang
Technology Lead: Marcel Ray
Programmer: Seb Chevrel
Quality Assurance: Siarhei Bokach

Additional Project Credits

Chief Historian, Writer: Brigadier General John S. Brown, USA (Ret)
Producer, Project and Concept Director, Writer: Max Lewkowicz
Project Management: Catharine Axley
Senior Editor, Producer: Joseph Borruso
Sound Design: Nick Tyson

Belle & Wissell Team Credits

Design Director: Gabe Kean
Art Director: Thomas Ryun
Designer: Edrea Lita
Designer: Ryan Tatum
Project Manager: Sarah Faulkner
Producer: Marq Dean
Technology Lead: Edward Tang
Technology Lead: Marcel Ray
Programmer: Seb Chevrel
Quality Assurance: Siarhei Bokach

Additional Project Credits

Chief Historian, Writer: Brigadier General John S. Brown, USA (Ret)
Producer, Project and Concept Director, Writer: Max Lewkowicz
Project Management: Catharine Axley
Senior Editor, Producer: Joseph Borruso
Sound Design: Nick Tyson

The World War I Timeline presents the battles and campaigns of the war visually on the world map, illustrating year-by-year that this was truly a world war. This project was produced in partnership with filmmaker Dog Green Productions.

This project in it’s kiosk form is installed in every American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC) visitor center across the world; honoring the soldiers who fought and died at those locations.  In the future, this timeline will be accompanied with region-specific interactive experiences depicting the relevant battles and/or campaigns that occurred in that region of the world.

The website version of this project serves as the overview and link to all of the specific battle and campaign intereactive experiences that are installed around the world.

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:

World War I Timeline

Project Accolades:

The New York Times “In France, Honoring the Fallen in the War to End All Wars,” 2013
War History Online “New Interactive Timeline and Map Allows You to Explore the History of World War I,” 2013