Projects

2012
Dr. Tingleton's Miracle Apps:

Dr. Tingleton’s Miracle Compliment Generator

The compliment generator delivers random compliments after the device is shaken. This is a lifestyle app created for both the iPhone and the iPad using the iOS platform. It is part of a series of apps created under the Dr. Tingleton Brand.

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:

Dr. Tingleton’s Miracle Correspondence Stimulator

The app if for creating beautifully designed notes that can be shared in social media. This is a lifestyle app created for both the iPhone and the iPad using the iOS platform. It is part of a series of apps created under the Dr. Tingleton Brand.

2012
Dr. Tingleton's Miracle Apps:

Dr. Tingleton’s Miracle Decision Maker

This app helps you make decisions in a snap. It’s based on the concept of a Magic-8-Ball if you remember that. This is a lifestyle app created for both the iPhone and the iPad using the iOS platform. It is part of a series of apps created under the Dr. Tingleton Brand.

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
CCA:

BiometricCity.com

The Biometric City is the title for a class that was created by Erik Adigard for CCA. Erik and I taught this class for 3 weeks in Paris to students from CCA.

2011
Debra A. Zeller Photography :

DebraZeller.com

2011
Three Minute Picture Show:

Three Minute Picture Show 2011

2010
3MPS:

ThreeMinutePictureShow.com

This is a side project I’ve been working on since 2009. It is a film festival geared towards kids and adults of all skill levels. I designed everything including the logo and branding, the site pages, and all of the promotional materials for the festival. I also built this PHP/MySQL website that included user account areas, the ability sign up online, and even the ability to upload your final movie.

2010
Sp Controls:

SPControls.com

SP Controls.com needed a complete overhaul. I designed a layout that was more current with today’s website trends. I was also able to improve the performance of the website for search engine optimization and ease of updating.

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.

2009
Cowley Studios:

Portrait Business Website

This is a website that I created for my family and children’s portrait photography business. It is an HTML based website with elements flow of Word press, flash, and PHP/MySQL.

2009
Gregory Cowley:

Photography Portfolio

This is my own photography portfolio for my professional photography work. This is a flash-based website.

2008
IDEO:

HP Timeline

Using HP timeline, a flash-based navigator for exploring videos and presentation materials, I showcased the history of IDEO’s work in a timeline format.

2007
Luminox:

Watch Website

Luminox wanted a website that they could easily update themselves. To do this they needed a content management system as well as an entire site redesign, which I developed and designed. This is a PHP and MySQL-based website.

2007
Creative Focus:

Podcast Presentation

A photography consultant wanted to discuss podcasts in a presentation format. I created this flash-based interface that allowed her to browse and navigate the various podcasts. I also created several of the podcasts using Aftereffects. This is a flash-based interface with video.

2007
Voicebox Creative:

Portfolio Website

Voicebox creative had designed a new website and asked me to build it all in flash. This is a streamlined, flash-based portfolio website.

2007
Cowley Studios:

JuicyStock.com

Juicystock was a stock photo library that I created. It is a PHP-based website with a database backend that allows people to search for photos and make purchases. The site also included the ability for additional photographers to submit and manage their work.

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.

2005
O'Reilly:

SafariU Demo

Safari U is an online education source for teachers that allow them to create online courses for their students. I designed, animated, and developed this interactive demo. This was a Flash-based animation mixed with sound and basic interactivity.
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.

2005
Audiofeast:

OEM Product Demo

AudioFeast was a company that produced subscribable content for MP3 users. They needed a collection of tradeshow materials including this demo interactive animation, which was burned to a series of USB drives and given out to prospective clients. This is a flash-based demo with many interactive controls for sound, navigation, and animation.
2004
MAD:

Book Portfolio

MAD is a design company based in Sausalito California. As part of the production of a monograph of their work, I created a Director-based CD-ROM portfolio of their multimedia work to be included with the book.
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
MAD:

IBM DB2

IBM was launching a new product which they called DB2. They needed a video that would express the intention of the new product to their internal departments. This three-minute long video demonstrates DB2 using motion graphics, sound and other effects.
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:

Red Cross Safety Games CDROM

Dr. Pepper was sponsoring the Red Cross and they wanted a CD-ROM of games related to safety and first aid to be distributed in all the Wal-Marts in the US. These CD-ROMs would be given away with the purchase of Dr. Pepper bottles at a store display. We created a series of fun computer games for children 6 to 16 for this project.
2002
MAD:

IBM Lotus Screensaver

This was a Flash screensaver created for IBM specially for use by their Lotus Notes department.
2002
Chronopolis:

Paris Installation

Chronopolis was a project created by Eric Adigard and Chris Salter. They had asked me to help with the development of the graphical portion of the program. This was a large-scale interactive projection that was on display in Paris during the 2002 La Villette Media Festival. I created the animations and interactive graphics for this installation.
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.

2002
3feetofftheground:

Demo Reel

I was the Creative Director at 3 Feet Off The Ground, a motion graphics and visual effects company, from 1998 to 2002. This is the demo reel of our graphics abilities from 2000 including live action, 3-D animation and sound design.
2001
Transcinema:

Transcinema eMedia Festival

Transcinema was an electronic media Festival that ran from 1998 through 2002 in San Francisco and New York. I was the Executive Director. This video showcases many of the past performers.
1999
Eight Inc.:

Portfolio

Eight Inc. needed a portfolio that served multiple purposes. They wanted to be able to talk through the presentation and to quickly select items that they wanted to show as part of their presentation. The easy to use interface for the CD-ROM portfolio gave multiple options to quickly access any portfolio item.
1999
Openwave:

Openwave Keynote Video

Openwave, a developer of cell phone web browsers, needed a video to present before a keynote address at a 3GSM conference in Las Vegas. This video was designed to create a sense of excitement around what the CEO of the company was about to present. This is a motion graphics and live action video.
1998
CKS:

Levis O Spin Kiosk Video

Levis placed kiosks in their stores to allow people to buy jeans electronically. This was an endless loop that would play on the screens to attract attention. Once the user touched the screen, they would be given instructions on how to order and make a purchase.
1998
Circumstance:

Intel Pentium III Demos

Intel had just launched the new Pentium III and was expanding its website to contain information about what was possible with Pentium III. This intro animation established a sense of mood and excitement, before giving the user a set of choices as to where to go from there. This is a flash based animation with basic interactivity.