by Joanna Pineda Posted on August 17, 2009
Matrix Group staff created a Tenth Anniversary Microsite that incorporates fun designs and invites site visitors to actively contribute and participate by:
- Including favorite Matrix stories from the last ten years in the Share Your Memory section
- Scrolling through an interactive 10-Year Timeline, filled with important dates, facts and photos from Matrix Group’s very first purple wall, to our new office in Crystal City
- Learning Fun Facts about Matrix, by scrolling through what Joanna refers to as our “tribute to information design.” Did you know Matrix has collectively accumulated 381 toys and speaks over 10 different languages?
- Participate in the Twitter visualization we created, which dynamically pulls tweets from the company, Matrix staff, people we’re following, and our favorite topics
- The site also includes a “Where We’re Going” letter written by Joanna that reminds us where the company has been, and Joanna’s vision for Matrix for the future.
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