Pushdown rich media unit for Prestone. Involved video playback & a video selector allowing user to watch a second video once the first had completed.
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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 […]
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.
Realtime dashboard for Morrissey Engineering which reflects current status of solar panels & external conditions. Data is retrieved from proprietary solar panel API & cached via PHP & mySQL… and from there, served to the website widget(s) Link to current site: http://www.morrisseyengineering.com/live-solar-output/
Nike’s rich media ad for the 2009 holiday season.
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.
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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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.