This spring, Southern Methodist University’s Department of Art History will unveil a new digital collections website designed by Open Design. As part of the department’s Visual Resources Library, the new digital collections website will contain over 57,000 high-resolution art history images, which will be available to students and faculty from within the university’s campus network. The website will serve the department in conjunction with the recent rasc-a.com website designed by Open Design.
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Open Design recently designed a website for Dallas-based painter Bill Komodore, whose paintings are steeped in the Greek mythology of the country he emigrated from as a teenager shortly after World War II. www.billkomodore.com
SMU Department of Art History launches its website, designed and developed by Open Design, this week for its new Ph.D. program, Rhetorics of Art, Space and Culture (RASC/a). An innovative new curricular initiative, RASC/a is rooted in the fields both of art history and visual culture studies.
The RASC/a website features some stunning photos of archaeological and culturally significant sites from around the world, and is built on a customized content management system (WordPress platform), which will enable the Department to manage and update the website during the academic year. www.rasc-a.com
Open Design is currently working with the Art History Department at Southern Methodist University to design, develop and deploy a website featuring their new Ph.D. program, Rhetorics of Art, Space and Culture (RASC/a), which is scheduled to begin 2011. The website will launch summer 2010, and to begin the process Open Design worked with the Art History Department to develop a logo for the RASC/a program:
Open Design recently worked with a start-up travel services company in Richardson, Texas to develop a logo, here are two versions – one that utilizes the domain name displayed with a medial capital and ‘.com’ for the website, and below that a standard version: