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
It looks a little chintzy, but YOU try fitting a vector physics, 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
Link to archived creative here.
+ Flash development
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Affiliatør didn’t get much further than one day of development. This proof-of-concept was born when I had account people telling me about how affiliates were creating their own perverted versions of current eBay ads. I thought to myself “What if eBay affiliates could just download an app that would let them create their own ads with their own copy… but using our design template?
Initially thought up as a project where I could use a ColdFusion beta (I’d never even touched CFML), once the ColdFusion beta expired, it then became a project for me to learn PHP and mySQL… I then later went on to make a (throwaway) port of the site in order to learn .NET.
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
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.
A website for Sony’s upscale boutique brand of home electronics.
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 [...]
Using the Microsoft Kinect for sensor input, Adobe AIR for display, and a number of open-source drivers/frameworks for everything in-between, Daydreamer was a digital installation project that allowed the user to create music and visuals through moving their bodies. Along with the previously mentioned tools, I also utilized NITE & OpenNI (for Kinect data parsing), [...]
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.
Flash animation created for use as a sales loop video at Earthlink events. + Flash development
A website created to promote the relaunch of the Indian motorcycle brand. Link to archived site here. + Flash development