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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Flash elements created for the showcase and menu navigation areas of the Breville USA website. My very last lines of code and bugs quashed for Avenue A | Razorfish involved integrating the Flash with their existing JSP-based eCommerce system. Link to archived site here. + Flash development + Platform integration
Flash animation created for use as a sales loop video at Earthlink events. + Flash development
A website for Sony’s upscale boutique brand of home electronics.
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.
An interactive video rich-media ad which follows a woman on her morning run. As she moves through the seasons, her wardrobe changes and a selection menu is displayed behind her. At any given moment, the user can select from the product menu, see details about that particular product, and (if they wish) go directly to that product’s page on the Nike Store site.
Nike’s rich media ad for the 2009 holiday season.
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.
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?
Pronounced like “chimera”, and modeled after said word… Kimera GPS (“glyph pack system”) is the codename for a process I created wherein “font-packs” are compiled on-demand by the server and fed to dynamic display ads in the wild.