With deep linking on exhibition pages, robust SEO, an integrated Google Calendar, and mobile device compatibility, this second-generation version of Bergamot’s website offers a more info-rich and user-friendly look at the goings-on of this bustling Santa Monica art gallery collective. Check it out at http://bergamotstation.com
Built with the latest version of the familian&1 platform, jeremypearl.net offers an elegant deep dive into the extensive work of amateur photographer and music enthusiast Jeremy Pearl. Check it out at http://jeremypearl.net! And be forewarned—this site contains artistic nude photography.
After an intensive redesign process and deep integration of a multitude of digital tools, the new and completely rebuilt TukufuZuberi.com is now live—and features a truly multi-faceted individual immersed in academia. Explore Tukufu’s essays, lectures, interviews, travels, and behind-the-scenes photos from History Detectives episodes by visiting http://tukufuzuberi.com
With over 35 galleries featuring 1-2 exhibitions every month, Bergamot Station’s website presented some unique redesign and development challenges. After 3 months of design collaboration with Shannon St. Clair and Bergamot Administrators, thoughtful coding, and onsite training, the new Bergamotstation.com represents an innovation both in content presentation and collection—as all 35 of Bergamot’s galleries can now dynamically update this website at their convenience, and Bergamot visitors can quickly assess the diverse array of exhibitions currently taking place at the Santa Monica, CA facility. To experience this site for yourself visit http://bergamotstation.com
After closing its physical doors in the Fall of 2009, Anne Reed Gallery sought out the design and development services of familian&1. The result is the new AnneReedGallery.com—which features the work of over 100 artists plus new exhibitions, a project space for collaborations, and videos of artist work. Experience this all-digital gallery destination by visiting http://annereedgallery.com
As a prolific painter and sculptor based in San Francisco, Alexis Laurent sought a website that adequately captured the elegance, style, and substance of his work. After 3 months of graphic and interaction design collaboration, alexislaurent.com is now live, and features click-to-zoom image viewing, social media sharing, and a wealth of impressive content.
When photographer Richard Ehrlich first approached me for advice on his existing website, I knew this was an excellent opportunity to test my hypotheses on leveraging powerful platforms to create an elegant, easy-to-navigate and content-rich portfolio website. The result is the new ehrlichphotography.com—which features over a decade of projects, books and exhibitions by this Los Angeles-based photographer.