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.
Created a mobile landing page/microsite ad for Honda Civic with a responsive layout. Allowed one codebase to be served to all handsets regardless of OS. Included use of embedded HTML5 video.
An internal cross-platform smartphone app for use by Phenomblue employees. Aggregated several internal services and provided a web-service-fed employee directory. Also implemented push notifications.
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
Hypothetical scenario: You’re about to take a one-way roadtrip from San Francisco to Omaha… Your girlfriend expresses concern… worried about you driving too much, worried about possible road conditions… Possible solution? My Roadtrip Dashboard!
A website created to promote the relaunch of the Indian motorcycle brand. Link to archived site here. + Flash development
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) […]
Rich media with an in-ad game promoting the new Jak II Sony Playstation game.
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.
Combine Adobe AIR with Bluetooth with BlueCove (a lightweight server capable of relaying said Bluetooth data) and you get the, (maybe) cleverly-named “Hello There”. When running, it constantly scaned for Bluetooth devices in-range & made note of their device ID.