A new way to look back at history.
  • AT&T
  • The National Archives
  • The John F Kennedy Presidential Library
  • Creative Direction
  • Project Management
  • Content Architecture
  • UI/UX
Working on a tight deadline, NiceWorld orchestrated multiple teams to launch in time for the 50th anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis.
Original Documents
Users can explore critical documents released to the public for after 50 years of secrecy.
Oval Office Recordings
Secretly recorded audio from JFK's Oval Office offers a rare glimpse into the inner workings of the White House.
On the Edge
Designed in collaboration with Adam Strom.
Gizmodo App of the Day
"Apps like these are one of the reasons for having a tablet. The content is taken from an exhibit of the same name currently on display at the National Archives in DC and the JFK Presidential Library in Boston. The app retells what was arguably the defining moment of Kennedy's presidency in a well-designed, engrossing format. This event is a very important part of history—the current state of world affairs would be completely different had the crisis not been resolved peacefully. The app makes the story and the drama of the Cuban Missile Crisis come to life 50 years later."
Wireframes for creative direction.
Content Flowchart
Content flowcharts help keep things on track.
UI Flowchart
User Experience flowcharts for client approval and team guidance.