UCLA Architecture and Urban Design by Hello

UCLA’s Department of Architecture and Urban Design is one of the most prestigious and progressive programs in the nation. With top notch faculty and an innovative technological approach, its students go on to work for the biggest names in architecture including Frank Gehry, Thom Mayne, and Zaha Hadid.

The school approached LA-based digital agency Hello to improve its digital presence and communicate the values of the program. The homepage is image-heavy — with faculty features, news and events, and course descriptions — and each page has a long banner image or images, keeping the eye candy at the forefront.

Check out more work by Hello including a few sites for Herman Miller and the Bauhaus Workshops, and visit UCLA A.UD to see the site for yourself.

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One Response to UCLA Architecture and Urban Design by Hello

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