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"Simultaneously," adds Kicinski, "we were committed to making it all available to every person on every type of device. On your computer you can view it in a rich Flash presentation, or default to HTML for accessibility. On mobile devices and the iPad you’ll get all of the media delivered in a friendly lightweight HTML5 presentation.
"But what really excites me is the History Now section. We wanted to make history speak in a contemporary language. And so the History Now section of the site was born – transforming formerly dry, colorless information into a graphic novel-styled panorama. The timeline is peppered with major events taking place during the three years of the Kennedy presidency, like JFK’s inauguration and the Bay of Pigs invasion, that unfold on the same date they occurred 50 years ago. It’s our own version of a time machine. And we think it’s pretty cool."
About the John F. Kennedy Library
The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum is one of 13 presidential libraries administered by the National Archives and Records Administration and is supported, in part, by the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, a non-profit organization. The Kennedy Presidential Library and the Kennedy Library Foundation seek to promote, through educational and community programs, a greater appreciation and understanding of American politics, history, and culture, the process of governing and the importance of public service.
About Artgig Studio
Artgig is a complete interactive design and development team, with over 15 years experience creating custom websites, games, and applications for a variety of clients and industries.
Matthew Kicinski, President, Artgig Studio
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