ABMC - Interactive Storytelling Websites


American Battle Monuments Commission
The Normandy Campaign: The Advance Inland website
The American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC) was established by Congress in 1923 to commemorate the service, achievements, and sacrifice of U.S. armed forces where they have served overseas since 1917, and within the U.S. when directed by public law. The educational interactive website follows the Normandy Campaign from D-Day through the Liberation of Paris.

Max Lewkowicz, Project Director; Adam Schein, Project Coordinator; Shelby Frantz, Content Manager; Joseph Borruso, Video; Gabe Kean, Design Director / Designer; Marianna Rossi, Designer; Seb Chevrel, Technology Lead; Aaron Hedquist, Design Technologist
The battle of Pointe du Hoc

The battle of Pointe du Hoc is an interactive narrative about a heroic and crucial part of the Normandy invasion. The website was created by the agency Belle & Wissell Co. for American Battle Monuments Commission and produced in partnership with filmmaker Dog Green Productions. It acts like a companion to a visitor center at the Pointe du Hoc location in France. The piece features videos, interactive storytelling and maps, animations, original zoomable pictures and horal histories
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