Client: McCormick Tribune

Project: McCormick Freedom Museum Interactives

In preparation for the 2008 presidential election, the McCormick Freedom Museum in Chicago wanted to create an exhibit that placed the visitor in the role of a presidential candidate. Redmon developed five interactive experiences including a video that introduces the nomination process; a polling interactive that lets visitors answer campaign questions and compare their positions to those of other visitors; and, an interactive map showing the impact of the electoral college and the requirement for getting "270 to win." As the exhibit evolved over time, Redmon also developed an interactive experience to let visitors explore and share opinions on how President Lincoln might have handled some of the controversial issues of today.

Produced in 2008.

Service Area: Interactives

Redmon Tasks: Graphic and interface design, Flash and ActionScript development, audio production and editing, video production and editing, 2D animation, hardware integration, testing, documentation, and project management

Industry: Museums