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
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
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.
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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.
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.
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?
A website created to promote the relaunch of the Indian motorcycle brand. Link to archived site here. + Flash development
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.