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Communication Arts Magazine selects two of L+R's interactive projects for annual publication

Dec 13, 2021

by Pam Malinoski

The L+R team was selected to be featured in Communication Arts Magazine's 28th Interactive Annual Competition for our work with Alexander and Take on Wall Street.

The winners of the 28th annual interactive competition have been revealed by Communication Arts magazine, a professional periodical for professionals working in visual communications creation.

Our work on the Alexander App and IsOurEconomyFair.org were among 38 projects selected by a jury of industry-leading creative professionals.

About the projects:

L+R worked with the Alexander team to create a platform and service to house high-quality stories, written by well-known writers and voice narrators along with beautiful imagery on a native iOS app. The now multi-award-winning Alexander App provides a transformational form of entertainment by reinventing the classic storytelling experience.

Working to build a financial system for diverse working families instead of Wall Street banks, IsOurEconomyFair.org is a project spearheaded by the team at Take On Wall Street. Their mission is to train activists, cultivate political champions and deliver policy change to restore the financial sector to the service of a real economy. L+R completed the UX and interactive design, along with the animations of this immersive, engaging, and educational website.

The projects will be featured in the March/April 2022 issue of Communication Arts, both in print and digital formats, with over 25,000 copies distributed worldwide, as well as on commarts.com.

We are thrilled that these two worthy organizations have been recognized by CommArts. It is humbling to have had the opportunity to work on such fulfilling interactive projects that have helped these groups achieve their missions.

Alex Levin
Co-Founder
L+R

About Communication Arts
Communication Arts is a professional journal for designers, art directors, design firms, corporate design departments, agencies, illustrators, photographers and everyone involved in visual communications. Through its editorials, feature articles and the annual competitions it sponsors, CA provides new ideas and information, while promoting the highest professional standards for the field.

Now in its 63rd year, CA continues to showcase the current best—whether it’s from industry veterans or tomorrow’s stars—in advertising, design, photography, illustration, interactive and typography. Everything is reproduced with quality printing and attention to detail unmatched by any trade
publication anywhere.

With a paid circulation of over 25,000 (21,766 subscribers and 3,424 single copy sales), CA has a rich tradition of representing the aspirations of a continually-growing and quality-conscious field of visual communications. CA’s editorial content, knowledgeable presentation and writing, use of color and quality reproduction are all designed to be consistent with the standards CA’s readers set for themselves in their own careers.

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