Bart will be speaking on a panel about interactive storytelling in online documentaries at this year's SXSW Festival.
The Life of Art iPad app received a 2012 MUSE Award at this year's annual AAM conference in Minneapolis.
The Fire: Combustion interpretive installation in Science Storms has received a Gold MUSE award. The judges said it is a "fabulous example of the happy collision between the real and the virtual, using digital tools to look at real phenomena in a new way." Congratulations to the entire team!
Cast your vote! Freedom Riders—a website for PBS's American Experience—has been nominated for a Webby Award. I designed the interactive map that follows the routes of the Freedom Rides in the summer of 1961.
The interactive table at the Jimmy Carter Library and Museum has won a MUSE Award. The judges said "It is a complete learning experience—and the designers maintain an attractive interface. … Great example for new tools in museums."
State of Deception has been nominated for a Webby Award in the Cultural Resources category. It was also recently profiled by Communication Arts.
1968: The Year That Rocked Our World has won a National Magazine Award from the American Society of Magazine Editors, the first-ever award for AARP.
I was honored to be one of the judges for this year's Communication Arts Interactive Annual. Besides getting to see a ton of innovative projects, I enjoyed meeting lots of interesting folks during the judging process.