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We can officially roar like a lion out of pride! Honored for receiving #golden @Cannes_Lions Award for Codeology… https://t.co/CELUaxwU9W

Codeology is nominated for @AWWWARDS Experimental/Innovative Site of the Year, vote now! https://t.co/l7vJJ05nZf

Such a sunny day in Huncwot, 2x Gold @lovieawards for https://t.co/br8xjx9SDG #art + https://t.co/2q8N50fFtR #education #lovies @polinmuseum

Great news from Cannes! Gold Lion for ⚡Codeology, thank you @marpi_ @braintree #CannesLions https://t.co/bZNidl19d5 https://t.co/YIaI4ApkxA

Nice day in Vienna, got 2 European Design Awards for https://t.co/br8xjx9SDG and https://t.co/dON4tSUMeE #ecommerce https://t.co/4OoiEAOAet

Museum of Modern Art

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The goal of the project was to make the Museum’s collection, composed an immense number of photographs, artworks, videos and texts, available to users on all sorts of devices, while maintaining the visual language of the Museum (created by Ludovic Balland). Despite its minimalism, the bilingual website features over 120,000 unique pages, including over 65,000 objects in the Museum’s archives.

Website

artmuseum.pl/en

Scope

ux / art direction / design / development

Awards

The Visible Museum Awards - 1st prize in webdesign

In order to meet the goals we had to design the website to adapt to the device type and screen size, creating 3 distinct types of layouts, and two types of navigation. This way the content is readily accessible on large desktop screens as well as on handheld devices. A high-contrast version makes to website easier to use by user with limited visual capability.

The archives present unconventional works of art: publications, art zins, photographic documentation, letters, private and official documents, revealing the daily life of artists. Lectures prepared by the Museum staff and visitors are available in video format. Users can browse the collection in multiple ways, while saving their favourite pieces and events and sharing them on social networks.