Development on an Interactive Website for the Water Resources Initiative
Adam Wallace '06, Michael C. Ennis-McMillan, Department of Anthropology, Karen Kellogg, Department of Biology and Environmental Studies Program, and Alison Barnes, Department of English and Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery
This project consisted of designing an interactive and artistic website as an outreach and educational resource for the Water Resources Initiative. WRI is an interdisciplinary, community-based initiative that studies water issues in the local region. The website displays information about the initiative with categories that include: the mission statement, faculty coordinators, visualizing a watershed, faculty publications, student projects, student engagement monitoring, resources, and sponsors. Each page incorporates visual elements to create an engaging aesthetic that allows viewers to understand interactions in the Saratoga Lake watershed. This website had been designed to make the work of WRI accessible to a range of constituencies such as community members, Skidmore students and faculty, and local organizations.
Full report is not available. Please contact Karen Kellogg for more information.