Design for Artist Elana Langer


I had the opportunity recently to collaborate with Elana Langer on her project, What I Live By (WILBY). As described by the New York Times,

The artist Elana Langer host(s) pop-up shops as part of her hybrid performance piece “What I Live By,” an exploration of luxury that attaches a new label to everyday accessories...

WordPress development for Clockshop

Clockshop homepage

Clockshop is an arts organization in Los Angeles, working “at the intersection of politics, urban space, and cultural production to explore the forces that shape our lived environment.” They do a lot of site-specific programming involving locations and communities in the city...

Experiencing MuseumCamp 2015

Campers outside the MAH in Santa Cruz, CA. August 2015

MuesumCamp this year was amazing! Kudos to Nina Simon, Beck Trench and the team of organizers for crafting such a well-thought-out experience enabling 100+ of us to work through ideas of space and community...

Development of Covered with Fur, an online literary magazine by A Strange Object press

Covered with Fur
In 2014 I was fortunate to work with A Strange Object , a small press in Austin Texas, on Covered with Fur, their vision for an online literary magazine. I became involved during the later stages of the process, to help them with their final push, and was curious to know how the project had developed from inception. So I asked my collaborator Joe Costello, a usability specialist with a background in small press publishing, to flesh out the story...

103 S. Main Street, Lockhart

I've bought a 100+ year-old commercial building on the historic square of Lockhart, TX. It's a two story, attached, masonry building. Having been previously used as an office, it contains a reception room, three offices, a meeting room and restroom on the first floor. The second floor contains a large attic/storage area, a large conference room and one office. It's approximately 4840 square feet, total area...

Redesigned website navigation for the Santa Cruz MAH

I recently redesigned the top-navigation of the Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History's website. Working closely with Museum staff, I simplified the nav and introduced a modern, mobile-responsive interface pattern.

Conference presentation at Museums and the Web 2015

I’ll be presenting at Museums and the Web in April. Sarah Wambold and I have put together a talk on Agile project management methodologies for museum website redevelopment projects we’re calling “Building the car while driving it.” We’ll be presenting on the first day of the conference, Thursday, April 09...

Notes from The Museum Interface

The October 2014 issue of Art In America was filled with pleasant surprises (Harsh Patel, Fluxus, Richard Tuttle), but the core was a series of articles on museums’ relationship to graphic design and the web. I was impressed by how these pieces were able to capture some of the issues and discussions currently being engaged with on the ground...

Websites for Artists Workshop in Toronto

Next month I’ll be teaching a “Websites for Artists” workshop at LIFT in Toronto. It’ll take place Monday, December 15 and Wednesday, December 17 2014, from 6 to 10 pm. From the programme:

This two-evening workshop provides an overview of how to establish a web presence from the preparation of content to the creation of a website for their artistic medium...

Marty Spellerberg is hosted by Media Temple.