TEMPLO web design project - The London School of Economics partnered with Counterpoints Arts to carry out research project, which visualised and explored the stories of migrants entering cities around Europe. The research is intended to contribute to public, academic and policy debates on integration.
Client London School of Economics & Counterpoints
Client lead Anoushka Rodda & Leah Fredrickson
Creative Director Pali Palavathanan
Designers Rania Qaddoura & Patrick Altair Mcdonald
Photography Marcia Chandra
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TEMPLO created www.digitalcityofrefuge.com, a digital archive where the user can explore the nonlinear storytelling of LSE’s research. The archive gives people an insight into the realities of being and refugee and the migration process through their own personal stories.
The three narratives in LSE’s research of: People, Cities and Themes form the main sections of the experience, which is led by the voices of people, experiences and imaginings of the three cities.
Ensuring the imagery and personal stories are the main focal point of the website, we kept the design simple and striped back to allow a balance between the: white spacing, text, images and the use of a limited colour palette including bold shades and the classic LSE red.