Here are some projects from DH Awards 2016 that I would love to share and save for later. The deadline for voting is 25th Feb. 24 hours left!
1 Alan Bigelow’s How to Rob a Bank:http://webyarns.com/howto/howto.html
A lovely story about how to rob a bank, full of humorous. The narrative tool is images and subtitles, simple but powerful.
2 ILLUMINATED: Manuscripts in the making:http://www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/illuminated/
A well-designed collection of thousands of images survive between the covers of illuminated manuscripts. Metadata is arranged perfectly! I can explore the map through a link from each manuscript’s page. Lab is also worth to check it out. There are sections about analytical methods, artists’ materials and techniques.
3 The Paideia Institute – Chiron: http://www.paideiainstitute.org/chiron
it’s a brower-based latin and greek dictionary extention, with just one click when you are reading an article, very handy. Available in Chrome Extension Store, Firefox Extension Gallery, or Safari Extension Gallery.
4 The Quill Project: https://www.quillproject.net/quill
Quill is a platform for the study of negotiated texts, especially for the creation of constitutions, treaties, and legislation. The Quill platform presents a recreation of the original context within which decisions were made. Quill provides a variety of innovative tools for readers and editors, as well as links to material hosted on other platforms. There are some nice visualization examples in this projects.
5 Variation selector selector for CJK character and emoji:https://747.github.io/vsselector/
It’s cute to know that【Hi~ o(*￣▽￣*)ブ】 equals to：
6 The Programming Historian:http://programminghistorian.org/posts/twenty-sixteen-review
The Programming Historian offers novice-friendly, peer-reviewed tutorials that help humanists learn a wide range of digital tools, techniques, and workflows to facilitate their research.
7 Monroe Work Today: http://www.monroeworktoday.org
Fantastic data visualization!
8 Public engagement projects:
Makers by Mail: http://makersbymail.org: Maker and DIY
Center for Solutions to Online Violence: http://femtechnet.org/csov/: For the voice that needs to be heard
Vicente Cortés Sotelo, fotografía panorámica:http://www.esteticas.unam.mx/vcs/: Panorama with marks on featured buildings. It’s a Mexican website with no option for English version.
A Land Beyond the Stars: http://exhibits.museogalileo.it/waldseemuller/index.html: The interactive map has really creative ways of showing information!
Kuzushi-ji Learning Application (KuLA):https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=yuta.hashimoto.kula&hl=jaor https://itunes.apple.com/jp/app/kuzushi-zi-xue-xi-zhi-yuanapurikula/id1076911000?mt=8:Reading the letters written in Ukiyo-e and swords book of the Edo period. But it may require formal knowledge in Japanese.