Land of Opportunity Interactive, Web Platform, 2014
The LandofOpportunity interactive web platform asks the question: what kinds of cities do we want to (re)build in the 21st century? This groundbreaking web experience features an interactive video player and timeline that allow users to explore and compare layered narratives about the people and processes that are shaping our increasingly vulnerable landscapes. The Webby-honored platform was produced in conjunction with a spectrum of national and local partners in six cities, and received funding from the Ford Foundation, Chicken and Egg Pictures and the National Black Programming Consortium.
Katrina/Sandy is an interactive timeline, developed in partnership with Sandy Storyline, that connects the dots between two of the most devastating disasters in our recent history: Hurricanes Katrina and Sandy.
Visceral personal narratives from the two storms – of loss, of leaving, of looking ahead – are layered with additional stories, analysis, and commentary from leading media-makers, journalists, advocates and scholars. Users choose their own path through the timeline, discovering fresh perspectives and insights into survival and community resilience in the wake of disaster.