Jul 31st, 2009
Humintell.com is a website project I worked on this past Spring for the Landsman Communications Group on behalf of their client, David Matsumoto, a pioneering researcher in the field of Microexpression Analysis—understanding the underlying emotions of people by looking for universal facial expressions that flick on and off in less than a second. Humintell seeks to provide online training in these skills and the website serves a the marketing vehicle for the business, a blog for discussing related issues, and a gateway to the custom training modules for subscribers.
I built the Humintell.com website in WordPress on top of Minimal, a free theme from The WordPress Theme Shop that features variable width columns and other nice enhancements. The wonderful graphic design, typography and layout is from Dean Meyers, who added some of the playful visual effects used on the site. Dean Landsman of the Landsman Communications Group integrated the various online pieces into a coherent whole, creating/editing much of the initial content.
Congratulations, Humintell! And thanks to Howard Greenstein of The Harbrooke Group for referring me to Landsman.