Tag: Flash

  • Shrek4 site for Nickelodeon

    Shrek4 site for Nickelodeon

    Project: Shrek microsite for Nick.com. My role: Lead Flash developer. Nickelodeon came to us needing a Flash microsite for the latest Shrek installment, Shrek4. I was given the role as lead developer on the site, including a majority of the site creation, all the framework development, deep-linking and tracking info. The E-cards and Waffle Shuffle […]

  • the iPad vs Flash: A tragic tale of hope lost

    Apple product launch days always start with a wave of crazy anticipation; tech fans hold their collective breath when Steve Jobs is launching a new mysterious product. But really the only things still mysterious about Apple’s new tablet computer were the finer points: Would the iPad have a webcam for video chat? Would it run […]

  • Back from Adobe MAX 2009

    Got to go to AdobeMAX again this year. Took some arm-twisting by some co-workers to get the expense approved, but it probably helped that it was here in L.A. this year. As expected, it was a total nerd-fest, and as expected I loved every minute of it. I got to go to Flash classes taught […]

  • White Void helps Fill the 3D… uh, void

    In short? The White Void portfolio is sick. It’s a simple site in function, but the way it’s implemented is really slick. Using Papervision 3D, they give you a limited camera pan and a sense of depth for each level you open up. You’ll find yourself wanting to explore the whole site. A site like […]

  • AS3 Event Generator panel

    Unfortunately for me, it seems like the whole Flash world has ditched me for ActionScript 3.0. It’s middle school all over again! 🙁 Feeling constricted… hard to breathe! Last night, at the L.A. Flash Users meeting, everything was in AS3. So a special thanks needs to go out to Lee Brimelow for making that transition […]

  • Super Famous

    Their designs are super clean, unique and they cling to decidedly Euro stylings, which in a post-Ikea U.S., Americans are finally catching onto. Superfamous is a refreshing portfolio site and reminds me that websites can be just as fun to look at as they are functional.

  • A leg up on animation

    Over the last couple weeks/months, Three Legged Legs has been blowin’ up. Lots of great work from this animation shoppe. And they are in Santa Monica to boot.

  • Adobe Max 2007 Wrap Up

    Last week we got back from Adobe Max in Chicago. It feels like it took a week to decompress all the info we took in. A lot of big things are happening with Flash, and it’s pretty exciting. Some of the most exciting stuff: 1. Adobe Air: Imagine any Flash or Flex web application. Now […]