In the early 2000’s, Nissan was set to relaunch its fabled “Z” model. Chiat was tasked with creating the microsite to build buzz and provide enthusiasts with a few tasty media bits prior to the launch of the 350Z.
Link to archived site here.
+ Flash development
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A website created to promote the relaunch of the Indian motorcycle brand. Link to archived site here. + Flash development
A website for Sony’s upscale boutique brand of home electronics.
A microsite where visitors could record video of themselves (via their computer’s onboard camera) singing along with the AskDeals jingle track and share the resulting video. The home/landing page of the microsite played an seamless & endless loop of all submitted tracks.
Flash rich media expandable unit with animation & video playback functionality.
Pronounced like “chimera”, and modeled after said word… Kimera GPS (“glyph pack system”) is the codename for a process I created wherein “font-packs” are compiled on-demand by the server and fed to dynamic display ads in the wild.
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Using Sencha Touch paired with PhoneGap, Phenomblue created a hybrid iPad app for Bellevue University. Prior to this app, Bellevue University recruiters – as they travelled from trade show to trade show – had to collect the information of interested parties via paper forms, and manually input the information into a customer relationship management (CRM) […]
It looks a little chintzy, but YOU try fitting a physics engine, sound AND good graphics into a non-rich media ad. Final ad size fit nicely under the 40k limit… coming in at a svelte 37k
Pushdown HTML5 unit for Blue Diamond Almonds & NBC.