A reusable AS3 codebase, used to create dynamic display ads for eBay. Packages up all of the service calls, load management, asset/font management, etc into a nice little package that’s fairly lightweight and super-easy to integrate into each project’s Flash creative. Drops development turnaround time for dynamic creative from a couple weeks to about [...]
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.
A Flash kiosk application created for deployment by Adidas at the 2007 Boston Marathon. When in place, allowed the user to enter their “reason” for running, take a photo (using the kiosk’s onboard camera), and receive a takeaway one-sheet containing (amongst other things) their photo, their reason, and a splash of Adidas branding.
Constructed over two days at Adobe Flash Camp 2008. Avenue Fighter is a political-themed Twitter-controlled street fight done up in classic 8-bit Nintendo “Street Fighter” style.
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) [...]
Nike’s rich media ad for the 2009 holiday season.
A dynamic display ad that took data from the eBay Motors API and displayed said data using the Yahoo Maps API. Geotargeting was used in ad trafficking, allowing the map to initialize at the user’s approximate location. + System architecture + public & private API integration + Flash development
The successor to 58hours. Where 58hours was devoted solely to Radiohead (and coded according to the single-band premise), randomhours is able to handle data for countless bands. I basically took everything that I’d learned about data-organization