FLAT Journal Website
A redesign of FLAT Journal’s website, a digital platform for critical texts and contemporary experiments within media arts. Inspired by the history of skeuomorphism in early computer graphics, the website creates a new representation of editorial layouts for the browser. Different sections layer over each other on the landing page, creating a flat landscape of pages which are shuffled through to be read. To view the current site, click here.

I was briefed to create a new site that could represent FLAT’s experimental nature in a playful way, while creating a system that would allow for the journal to consistently add content without having to drastically redesign the site. Thus with the release of each new issue, a new layer will be added to house its contents, this site becoming more populated and with more pages to explore over time. 
Web, Digital