An interactive archive documenting unwarranted messages people have received privately across various platforms of social media. ⇲
Original Prompt: With the use of the collection amassed in the first part of this project, you’ll be designing and building a website to contain and display that collection. Keep in mind that you’re not designing a fixed, unchanging website: you’re designing a system that can expand or contract to show this collection as it changes. The design of your site should also in some way reflect your design perspective, particularly what you’ve discovered about your interests and working methods during this course.
Also, think about how your content—and design concepts related to this content—will help you to give form to your site. Other questions to consider: Does the design of the site somehow respond to new content? Rather than being a neutral vessel, how can the design that you use to organize your collection change when the collection itself changes? For example, do colors on the site change in response to the kind or amount of content posted to the site? Does the arrangement of elements or the grid change? Does the site’s navigation change to highlight the most current content?
Created for Core Interaction Studio
Instructed by Caspar Lam
Parsons School of Design, 2016