Push10 designed and developed the Nuclear Arms Control Treaty Verification website as a highly interactive, educational and informative tool for the nuclear verification research community consisting of professors, students, researchers, and policy makers.
We collaborated closely with the team at Princeton to create a series of custom isometric illustrations that populate the fictitious weapon state of Nu. Users are able to explore the map and the living library of novel technologies that could be employed for nuclear disarmament and nonproliferation.
The new website encourages users to engage with the Princeton Nuclear Futures Lab, share their ideas, stay updated as the project evolves, and contribute their knowledge of nuclear verification technologies to the community.
Push10 shunned traditional web design practices to create a highly interactive, illustrative, and memorable user interface that makes the issues surrounding nuclear arms control treaties more approachable.
We created a unique interactive map featuring isometric illustrations that allow users to learn and explore novel disarmament technologies.
We designed an animated long-scroll experience to capitalize on the opportunity to engage users with a compelling story.
Push10 planned, designed, and developed a stunning new website, allowing the Princeton Nuclear Futures Lab to share potential tools and spread optimism about the feasibility of solving nuclear arms control challenges.
Greg Henry, President, Push10