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.
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.
Flash rich media expandable unit with animation & video playback functionality.
Found myself tasked with reverse-engineering the Duo Pop appcessory this week. In case you’re wondering, base-station to iPad communication is handled via ultrasonic sound. EOM. b.
Rich media with an in-ad game promoting the new Jak II Sony Playstation game.
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.
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
[[A lot of this is stream-of-consciousness and has, as of yet, to be organized into a proper form… expect updates & edits in the next few hours/days….]] Word of warning: In the article that follows, I will use “GSM” and “CDMA” as descriptors for phones and networks. I realize that AT&T’s 3G network is actually […]
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.
For those not aware, in order to create dynamic display ads that don’t look like donkey poo, the developer needs to embed the font-outlines for any and all characters which MIGHT appear in the ad’s dynamic text areas (headline, call to action, etc). For standard North-American english, the Latin I characterset works just fine, and […]