LxL is a small lisbon-based transdisciplinary studio. // We focus on bridging the gap between research & humanities, technology, and visual arts. // If you have an idea and need help bringing it to life... we might just be the right people for the job. We design carefully handcrafted tech solutions for researchers, artists, writers, cultural entrepreneurs, and scientists. Get in touch: tell us about your projects!
Technology / Web / Social Media. We provide tailored technical assistance to projects in regard to technologies and the web. We design handcrafted tech solutions, including websites & blogs, social media presence (Facebook, Twitter, G+), e-learning platforms, web strategies and webmarketing plans. We work primarily in the fields of Research, Science, Humanities, Art, and Creative Industries - either implementing projects or acting as facilitators between project managers and service providers.
Projects / Ideas / Concepts. We design ideas, we develop concepts, we outline projects. We start by designing social-friendly ideas and concepts, bringing data from Sociology and Anthropology to web undertakings and other ventures. We bring data and knowledge from the field of STS (science, technology and society) to projects, including web studies and social media analytics. Our goal is to help designing social-friendlier projects.
Ethnnography / Research / Data. LxL works to bridge the gap between technology and research. We supply organisational ethnography services to tech companies and projects. One of our goals is to bring social science inputs, research findings and ethnographic methods to information architecture, interface engineering, and user experience design. We make use of participatory visual research methods such as photoethnography, photovoice, video-elicitation.
Documentary / Transmedia / Digital Storytelling. We take a strong interest in visual cultures and visual media. We help digital storytellers designing interactive narratives and producing media-rich content for the web. This includes endeavours featuring documentary photography, ethnographic film, web documentaries, transmedia experiences.