Dynamic display advertising campaign created for (the online) Nike Store. Applied concepts of polymorphism and runtime compositing to create a lightweight shell which pulled in the proper visual and text assets depending on the configuration received from the server.
Dynamic display advertising campaign created for (the online) Nike Store. Applied concepts of polymorphism and runtime compositing to create a lightweight shell which pulled in the proper visual and text assets depending on the configuration received from the server. Worked with dynamic ad trafficker Tumri when it came to ad deployment.
The ads shown below are demo units, and aren’t hooked up to any live data.
2008 Back To School campaign
+ Flash development
+ Dynamic adserver integration
2010 World Cup campaign (prototype)
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Pushdown HTML5 unit for Blue Diamond Almonds & NBC.
A website for Sony’s upscale boutique brand of home electronics.
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.
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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
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.
Take a dozen Playstation gamers, fly them to the Naval base in San Diego. Film them going through Navy SEAL training Hell Week. Make a site about the experience.
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.
I have a new source of time-suckage, and its name is the Kinect. Back in December, someone hacked Microsoft’s Kinect.. allowing computers to interface and receive raw data from the full-body motion/gesture sensing device. A week or two ago, in early January, another group created an AS3 solution. The solution consists of a command-line socket […]