Schema worked with Twistle on the design of the mobile app user experience, the company identity, the website, and an explainer video. Twistle is a collaboration platform with healthcare as a primary focus. Read more about the project.
Christian’s slides for his talk Visualizing Health Data on data visualization and the Quantified Self are now online. It was first given at the 2014 Nutritional Sciences Seminar “Marketing Health and Wellness” through the University of Washington’s Nutritional Sciences Program.
Schema worked with Bloomberg View on the design of their new website at bloombergview.com. Bloomberg View is opinion site of Bloomberg News, and a hub for solution-oriented opinion and analysis. The responsive site is designed to feel as dynamic and lightweight as an app, with an interface that puts content first and aims to represent articles in the most direct and engaging way possible. More images available here.
Version 1.0 of Invisible Cities was released today. The new version supports the Leap Motion Controller, utilizing a variety of gestures for navigating the three-dimensional information landscape, as well as multiple cities including New York, San Francisco, Tokyo and Seattle. It is available for downloadonAirspace, the Leap Motion marketplace. More information on our project page.
Schema collaborated with Pentagram on the development of an iPad app for The Printing House, a former printing factory and iconic landmark turned luxury condominium in New York City’s West Village. Designed by Pentagram and built by Schema, the app is used in the sales center to show floorplans and information about the building.