This year, Baltimore, Maryland–based Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health was again selected by the US News and World Report to be the number one school of public health, and its website, titled as a “Yearlook,” enables students, alumni, professionals and affiliates to celebrate its achievements in the field of public health. Designed and developed by creative agency idfive, the site shares stories about major advances in public health that start with a small discovery, and builds narratives around this micro/macro dichotomy. A lateral and asymmetrical grid-based layout elegantly presents the site’s content in rhombuses on the main page, encouraging visitors to explore articles through bold imagery and headlines. Stories speak for themselves, offering fully comprehensive articles that can be shared through e-mail and social media. Johns Hopkins’s site received accolades from the design community, and serves as a digital celebration of the school’s commitment to saving millions of lives.
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