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Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art launches new website
For the new website, BMoCA collaborated with Berger and Föhr and Grant Blakeman of gb Studio, LLC. to develop the design.

BOULDER, CO.- Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art launched a redesigned on May 16, 2014. BMoCA began a comprehensive rebranding project with graphic design firm Berger & Föhr in the fall of 2012. The launch of the new website represents the last major step in this rebranding process.

The new features a design that is engaging, easy to navigate, and more visually dynamic than the prior website. Visitors to the website will enjoy images, content, and interactive elements that complement and enhance the experience of visiting the museum. facilitates engagement with BMoCA’s exhibitions and programs beyond the physical gallery spaces, thus advancing the museum’s mission to serve as a catalyst for creative experiences through the exploration of significant art of our time.

For the new website, BMoCA collaborated with Berger and Föhr and Grant Blakeman of gb Studio, LLC. to develop a design that embraces the museum’s new identity, its commitment to innovation, and a contemporary aesthetic.

Berger & Föhr and gb Studio collaborate closely and often to realize leading-edge digital projects. They share a vision for a beautiful, informed and connected world. balances aesthetics and functionality to present a flexible design that gives users access to all site content across any device.

Berger & Föhr is a graphic design and art studio based in Boulder, Colorado. The studio practices contemporary visual communication, informed by the past – inspired by the future. The partners, Todd Berger & Lucian Föhr have been practicing graphic design and making art together since 2003. They work with a select group of transformative clientele who believe that intention and foresight will shape the future.

Grant Blakeman partners with select clients to create unique, well-considered digital experiences and custom software. He currently works under the moniker gb Studio with the assistance of junior developer Jake McHargue. Together, their approach is both pragmatic and efficient, focused on constant evaluation of design and careful attention to detail.

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