From behind two large glowing text-covered surfaces, larger-than-life figures act out a crucial moment in Coca-Cola history.

Visitors to the National Geographic Museum will encounter one of the largest and most valuable collections of Anglo-Saxon gold ever found. This iPad-based installation shares the excitement of discovering such a rare treasure.

Take a journey on the path to diplomacy with this educational Web site. To capture the spirit of this important facet of government, Second Story created a site that would lead visitors through a diversity of stories that exemplify diplomacy.

Visitors to the High Museum in Atlanta see Picasso, Matisse, and Warhol with a fresh lens when they download the ArtClix mobile application. This photo-sharing app reveals additional information about the artworks and provides a streamlined method for sharing pictures online.

Located on the same campus as the National Institutes of Health, where scientists conduct cutting-edge medical research, this gallery takes a different path to promote the same mission.

Occupying a focal point in the rotunda gallery of the National Library of Medicine in Bethesda, Maryland, this media installation tells the story of Native peoples’ healing traditions.