Spin has unveiled a new look for the Alliance Graphique Internationale’s (AGI) website. They have managed to keep it very simple and given it a clear feel. They have organised the sit in a way that I believe is much better and it is easier to follow.
a-g-i.org now contains around 3,000 additional images of members’ work and also a wider range of essays and interviews with leading design figures.
Spin’s Tony Brook hopes that the re-launched site can become a resource for students, educators and professionals, while being also appealing to the casual viewer interested in the history of graphic design.
There are many different essays and interviews on the website that are well worth a look and contain some interesting pieces on the history about graphic design.