Projects

2012
Gregory Cowley:

GregoryCowley.com 2012

I created a new portfolio and accompanying website for photographer Gregory Cowley. This was a rebranding and refocusing of Gregory’s photography. The goal was to appeal more to magazine and editorial clients. And yes, I am talking about myself in the 3rd person.

2012
Dr. Tingleton's Miracle Apps:

DrTingleton.com

Dr. Tingleton’s Miracle Apps is a small company that produces lifestyle apps for iPhones and iPads. This website was created to showcase the apps and to create a culture around the companies products.

2011
Nira Hotels and Resorts:

ShantiMaurice.com

Shanti Maurice is a luxury resort in the Indian Ocean. This site was created in WordPress to give the operators of the resort the tools they needed for marketing. Every aspect of the site is easily updateable by the team at Shanti Maurice.

2010
4by6:

4by6.com

In 2009 I became the technical director for 4by6com. It was my job to manage and program the back end for this online printing company. The PHP/MySQL-based website was only part of the equation. There was also an extensive AppleScript driven back end that fully automated the printing process. Clients could upload their files to the website and then receive their print product in the mail with minimal human interaction.

2008
Teak:

Eset Wanted Santa

ESET is one of Europe’s largest security software companies. They wanted to create some viral games for the Christmas season. This project allowed people to upload photos of themselves and place them within the sentiment shots, which could then be e-mailed their friends. This was a flash-based micro-site.

2008
Fine Design:

Stag’s Leap Winery

Fine Design had designed a new website for the Stags Leap Winery. I did the flash production and programming. This is a flash-based website.

2008
Creative Focus:

Paul Mason Photography Site

I produced this animated, interactive, flash-based website. This was a photography portfolio and it was important to manage the download speeds of the images to give the best user experience.

2007
11 Inc:

The Doctors Company

11 Inc had designed this mini site and they asked me to produce it. This is a flash-based interface that allows you to navigate through various clips of video. One of the key points was that the animated text in the video was also flash-based and layered on top.

2006
MetaDesign:

PC World

Meta-Design was redesigning the PC world website. They wanted to have a flash features module placed in the center of the home page. For the purpose of search engines, the flash movie needed to pull its content from the HTML in the page. This is a flash-based interactive module.

2006
Voicebox Creative:

Dog House Wines

For Dog House Wines, I was asked to produce a site designed by Voicebox Creative. This flash-based website included XML supplied content, 3-D interactive navigation, and a scalable screen environment.

2006
Punchcut:

Cingular Developers Tool

Cingular had a document that explained how to develop for their cell phone platform. They wanted to do something more than a simple PDF so they asked us to create a flash-based document tool. This included a flash animation intro as well as an interactive interface. The content was XML-based and could be updated easily by someone with no flash experience. This is a flash-based micro-site.

2006
IDEO:

New Years Card 2006

This was the second year of the IDEO Christmas card. The concept for this one was to break out the 365 days of the year into a grid in the sky that would be filled with stars. Employees of IDEO were asked to contribute by picking a day and telling a story about it. The more people who picked a particular day, the larger the star became. This is a flash-based interactive micro-site with a database back end.

2005
IDEO:

New Years Card 2005

IDEO wanted to produce a companywide Christmas card that all of its several hundred employees could contribute to along with the recipients. The premise of the card was that people could make their own snowflake. Once they had made their snowflake they could also add a wish for the New Year, and then add it to the collection. During the days leading up to Christmas more than 1000 people contributed their wishes to this Christmas card.

2005
Odopod:

Nike Skateboarding

Odopod was creating the flagship website for Nike. The site was meant to be a showcase of skills as well as to be a cutting-edge website. I created the media viewer section as well as various other animation portions of the site. The site went on to win many awards. This is a flash-based website which exploited the latest potentials of action script.

2005
IDEO:

Intel Zephyros

Intel was releasing a pair of new products and needed an interactive presentation tool. This was a flash-based presentation that included video, photography, sound, and interactive bullet points. The presentation describes the use of the products in six different countries around the world.

2004
Dr Pepper:

Academy of Country Music Promo

This was the second year of producing a CD-ROM for the Academy of Country Music to be distributed throughout the US at Wal-Mart stores. Dr. Pepper was the main client and they had asked for an entertaining collection of activities to be produced on CD-ROM.

2003
Macromedia:

Contribute FMA

Macromedia had a spot on the home page of their website that they referred to as the flexible messaging area. Weekly, the content of this area would be replaced with new flash-based animations that would be illustrating the current topic of the week. I helped design, produce, and program these animations.

2003
Macromedia:

FMA Animation 3

Macromedia had a spot on the home page of their website that they referred to as the flexible messaging area. Weekly, the content of this area would be replaced with new flash-based animations that would be illustrating the current topic of the week. I helped design produce, and program these animations.

2003
Macromedia:

Maximize FMA

Macromedia had a spot on the home page of their website that they referred to as the flexible messaging area. Weekly, the content of this area would be replaced with new flash-based animations that would be illustrating the current topic of the week. I helped design produce, and program these animations.

2002
Dr Pepper:

Academy of Country Music Promo

Dr. Pepper was sponsoring the Academy of Country Music Awards. They wanted to produce one million CD-ROMs that would be distributed in Wal-Marts across the US to promote both Dr. Pepper and the Academy of Country Music Awards. The CD-ROM included games, facts, music, videos, and pictures.