project » People and the Post website

The National Postal Museum decided to begin collecting stories from postal employees past and current, and contracted with CHNM to develop a website that would convey a sense of community and show a friendly face to encourage contributions. To convey inclusiveness across the postal service, the client specifically forbade use of stamp visual motifs. Working with a front-end developer, the site was developed in Omeka, an open-source CMS, and launched in fall 2012.

ROLE: Wireframes, mood boards, logo design, visual design, xhtml, css2/3.

See the site

Coded home page screenshot

Home page, People and the Post

Two inside pages close-ups

Browsing landing pageNPM contribute page

One home page wireframe

NPM home page wireframe

Page mockups, concept two

NPM concept two mockups

Mood boards

NPM vintage and modern moodboards

Selected Clients*

* indicates clients worked with as a freelance contractor

  • AARP *
  • American Bankers Association *
  • American Chemical Society
  • American Society of Interior Designers *
  • British Council
  • Capital Children’s Museum
  • INPUT
  • Merrick-Towle *
  • Monster Government Solutions *
  • National Air and Space Museum
  • National Endowment for the Humanities
  • National Institute of General Medical Sciences
  • National Museum of American History
  • National Science Foundation
  • targusInfo *
  • The Borenstein Group *
  • Washington Post/Newsweek Interactive *
  • White House Office of Science & Technology Policy