We were asked to re-concieve the website for UC Berkeley’s Digital Humanities Commons project in preparation for the launch of their first-ever Journal. We helped them clarify their communications with a high-impact, colourful iconic design and branding development. We also built a custom Drupal 7 theme to bring their project and their journal to life.
DHCommons allows researchers to create profiles and register their digital humanities projects to help share knowledge and facilitate collaboration. They are also launching the first issue of the DHCommons Journal, designed to help ongoing digital projects get peer reviews usually reserved for published papers.
This is our first project in partnership with the Agile Humanities Agency. Redesigning DHCommons has been a fun and interesting challenge, and we look forward to furthering our work with both Agile and Berkeley in the future.