DHA Lab

The DHALab is a space for designers, archivists, and community activists to come together to explore digital spaces for archives, heritage organizations, and activism. The lab's focus is on creating easy-to-use and ethical web presences for organizations that are threatened with erasure in the era of digital history.

SCI AMMV

Seafarers Oral History Project

Exploring Zines

Underground Zines Ethics of Digitization

Archiving Occupy

Archiving Occupy Online social activism

Living Wage Project

Living Wage Project Social Activism



The living wage movement is tied directly to the ongoing fight for civil rights. This aspect of civil rights is an important facet of the movement, the history of which has not yet been recorded in its own right, much less organized into an online searchable archive. The Living Wage Project, through the formation of a searchable online digital archive, seeks to offer a site that includes not just images, but the essence of the movement’s history to the degree available. The intent was to create a searchable collection that offers images and other primary source material for both casual user and researcher alike. By documenting a social movement in this way it allows more of the objective truth to be documented eliminating the political and cultural influences that can skew the collective memory. By documenting a social movement in this way it allows more of the objective truth to be documented eliminating the political and cultural influences that can skew the collective memory.