Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra Donor Wall​​​​​​​
Located in the iconic Walt Disney Concert Hall designed by Frank Gehry, the LA Phil orchestra was looking for an interactive digital display that could honour their donors, display event information, and integrate social media components. 
The designed donor wall includes a content management system, social media API integration, and a variety of interaction components to tell the LA Phil story.
Scope: UI/UX Design • Strategy . Software: Sketch, Photoshop, Illustrator, Zeplin  Agency: Acid Integrations
Style Components
The LA Phil has a clear and defined style. They use simple primary brand colours to provide high contrast, and the use of bright colour as secondary components. The use of typography provides distinction between the LA Phil brand and the Walt Disney Concert Hall. 
About the LA Phil
This section allows the user to view a brief history of the organization, along with an interactive historical timeline, as well as bios on each of the orchestra members
The user has a full list of events for the month displayed as interactive cards. Content is managed via a CMS
All users who use the #laphil tag on their social media photos have the chance to be displayed in this section. 
Find Someone Who Loves The LA Phil
The user has the ability to search for a donor, which is possible if they tap on the bottom search field. If found, the user is shown the donors name in a list of other supports. Alternatively, the user can tap on the 'Supporters' screen to view a full list of supporters, separated by categories and organized via donation amounts. 
The Centennial Campaign was designed to inform fans of all types of news updates regarding the development of the LA Phil

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