Client Story:

BULLETIN OF THE ATOMIC SCIENTISTS

Client Story:

BULLETIN OF THE ATOMIC SCIENTISTS

Anyone who remembers the Cold War may best know this organization as the keeper of the iconic Doomsday Clock. And beyond that, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is a multi-faceted and highly respected non-profit organization that engages science leaders, policy makers, and the interested public on topics of nuclear weapons and disarmament, the changing energy landscape, climate change, and emerging technologies.

Our relationship started when they entrusted us to visually depict the 70-year history of the Doomsday Clock, which we did in a sophisticated, yet engaging timeline. After that effort, we also dealt with two more concepts central to the Bulletin’s mission.

PRIMARY PROJECTS
  • The Doomsday Clock Timeline: An interactive timeline that details the reasons for changes to the Doomsday Clock and its appearance in popular culture since 1947
  • The Nuclear Notebook: A sophisticated and engaging interactive graphic showing the changing nuclear arsenals of countries around the world since 1945
  • The Doomsday Dashboard: an interactive tool that shows the different criteria the Bulletin considers when setting the Doomsday Clock – including nuclear threats, climate change issues, biosecurity, and other inputs
 
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