The Missing Art Movement is a project by the Philippine Commission on Good Government (PCGG) that aims to make people more aware of the Marcos family’s ill-gotten wealth. Through an interactive platform, the site showcases the missing paintings and jewelries through a large mosaic, then displays each item’s notable details. People are then able to comment and start a discussion on a specific painting or jewellery.

A Campaign for Public Awareness

Near the end of the year 2015, the Philippine Commission on Good Government approached Dthree Digital to build a project for their 30th anniversary, which was also the anniversary of the 1986 EDSA People Power Revolution. The project was to make the general public aware of the ill-gotten wealth of the Marcos administration. The site also needed a function to gather information from the general public.

Direct to the Point

Simple and direct to the point. The Missing Art Movement tells the story of the Marcos ill-gotten-wealth, and how the general public, can help get them back.

Design and Development

One of the main features of the Missing Art Movement is its interactive mosaic on the homepage. We were able to design it in a way where users can instantly see (and be curious) about the displayed artworks on the website. The website generally has a very serious tone to it, as we wanted the get a message across that this matter shouldn’t be ignored and taken lightly.

TMAM is also considered as a crowd-sleuthing platform. Since the target market is the general public, we wanted them to be really interested while on the site.

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Near the end of the year 2015, the Philippine Commission on Good Government approached Dthree Digital to build a project for their 30th anniversary, which is also the anniversary of the 1986 EDSA People Power Revolution. The project was to make the general public aware of the ill-gotten wealth of the Marcos administration. The site also needed a function to gather information from the general public.

ClientPhilippine Commission on Good Government (PCGG)ServicesWeb Design, Web Development, BrandingYear2016Linkmissingart.ph

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