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    When I first looked at the Denver Art Museum's website a few years ago, I realized it was one of the worst navigations I had ever experienced. An… Read More
    When I first looked at the Denver Art Museum's website a few years ago, I realized it was one of the worst navigations I had ever experienced. And, being an occupant of Denver, I have spent my fair share there, and upon one visit everybody notices the insane architecture of the Frederick C. Hamilton building (not one corner or vertex is ninety degrees). However, the angles and space was completely neglected on the site. So I chose to redesign the entire site in a way that envelopes the ideas of open, large space and insanely powerful structures and angles, without being too overwhelming. After finalizing my design, I revisited the site to do another direct comparison, and the DAM had beat me to redesigning the website! And yet it still lacks any feeling of the experience felt when actually walking through the corridors and large areas that are encapsulated in the Denver Art Museum. Read Less
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When I first looked at the Denver Art Museum's website a few years ago, I realized it was one of the worst navigations I had ever experienced. And, being an occupant of Denver, I have spent my fair share there, and upon one visit everybody notices the insane architecture of the Frederick C. Hamilton building (not one corner or vertex is ninety degrees). However, the angles and space was completely neglected on the site. So I chose to redesign the entire site in a way that envelopes the ideas of open, large space and insanely powerful structures and angles, without being too overwhelming.

After finalizing my design, I revisited the site to do another direct comparison, and the DAM had beat me to redesigning the website! And yet it still lacks any feeling of the experience felt when actually walking through the corridors and large areas that are encapsulated in the Denver Art Museum.