Lyttleton Inn Landing Page

Lyttleton Inn Landing Page

Lyttleton Inn Landing Page

The Lyttleton Inn commissioned Rossman Art to design a landing page loosely based on brochures they had already printed. The layout is simple with wording and images that match the brochures with a responsive background image. The call to action is the most important part of the page. It links to Lyttleton Inn’s booking engine where all reservations are made, and to reviews from Trip Advisor. The live site can be viewed here (http://www.thelyttletoninn.com/).

Kohler User Interface

Kohler User Interface

Kohler User Interface

This Kohler user interface was developed for Click2learn (now Sumtotal Systems) as an interactive demonstration module for prospective clients.

Littleton 300th Web Site Design

Littleton 300th Web Site Design

Littleton 300th web site

The Littleton 300th web site is a pro bono publico project, built and maintained by Rossman Art for the Littleton 300th Committee. This site was active into early 2016 (two years after the 2014 anniversary), and served as an archive for photos and documents related to the tercentennial celebration.

Here is an excerpt from the Littleton 300th home page:

Littleton Turns 300 in 2014!

The Board of Selectmen voted on January 11, 2010 to establish a General Planning Committee for the Town of Littleton’s Tercentenary Celebration in 2014. The following members have been appointed by The Board of Selectmen to the Tercentenary General Planning Committee: Mary Dugan, John K.Holmer, Ann Himmelberger, Kathy Knox, Mildred A. McGovern, Robin Sewell, Michael Crory, and the Town Administrator. Members of the General Planning Committee oversee subcommittees estiblished for the six main events – Opening Ceremony, Ball, Picnic, Parade, Fireworks, Closing, and a Legacy subcommittee.

 

300th Committee Mission

The mission of the Tercentenary General Planning Committee (also known as the 300th Committee) is to create a memorable and meaningful Tercentenary Celebration in 2014 for our town and use this 300th anniversary as a catalyst to unite Littletonians, beautify our town, and instill a sense of pride in our community.

 

Legacy

What is it? This subcommittee of the Littleton 300th continues to fine tune proposals to celebrate the anniversary of our incorporated town! Specific projects are being developed to help beautify Littleton as well as instill a sense of appreciation for our past and future. Look for a “Welcome to Littleton” engraved boulder at Mannion Place on the Littleton/ Acton border during the next few months. Legacy has some fantastic ideas!

Yarra Trams Interactive Infographic

Yarra Trams Interactive Infographic

Yarra Trams Interactive Infographic

Yarra Trams Interactive Infographic Overview

Rossman Art designed and illustrated this interactive Smarter Infrastructure infographic for IBM’s external communications department. IBM used this infographic to help describe a real-world use of IBM’s predictive analytics software capabilities with Yarra Trams transportation infrastructure. The infographic was assembled in HTML with embedded CSS so the final product could be delivered in as few files as possible. All the graphics reside in a background image while CSS3 handles the rollover effects.

Careful observers may notice a difference between the background graphics in the showcase images at the top and the smaller image to the left. Several versions of this infographic were produced. IBM and Yarra eventually chose the background without the visual data connections. My personal preference was in favor of the lines of 1’s and 0’s, even though it made for a slightly busier graphic. I felt it better illustrated the interconnectivity of the data infrastructure.

Below is an excerpt from an article posted by Wendy Boswell on the Service Management 360 Blog and a link to the interactive infographic.

How Yarra Trams stays on track with IBM Smarter Infrastructure

Posted by: Wendy Boswell

Ever wonder how major transportation systems stay on time, stay on track, and keep customers happy? Melbourne’s tram system, Yarra Trams, is the world’s largest, coming in with over 250 kilometers of double track and operating for more than 100 years. Eighty percent of these trams intermingle with other traffic on shared road space. Every year, nearly 185 million trips are taken on the network, which takes more than 91,000 pieces of equipment to operate and includes trams ranging in age from eight to 74 years of age. Keeping the system running smoothly and on time requires a unique combination of rapid response to service disruption, preventative and predictive maintenance of assets and frequent communication with passengers. And don’t forget about the human factor in all of this – more on that from IBM ISV Ecosystem Blog: via How Yarra Trams stays on track with IBM Smarter Infrastructure « Service Management 360.