BatteryPOP

You know that old adage that the cobbler’s children have no shoes? Well, it basically describes when we’re so busy providing for clients that we don’t have time to take care of our own needs; thus this website.  I’ve been thinking of doing a complete overhaul, moving work items into a portfolio custom post type…

DunkDog

Dunkdog was a website that tracked and ranked basketball players in a highschool age league.   Using Wordpress, custom post types were created and linked together in order to facillitate the player and team database and rankings. Player post types utilized categories as data points such as height, weight, position and class to link to…

Hyperion Books

In rethinking the Hyperion Books website we imagined how the website could best be explored; when you enter a book store or library you can lose hours of time as you naturally progress from subjects of interest, or seeing what other works are by a favorite author. Thinking of what constitutes a book or author…

Scribelabs: Podium

Can’t write it as well as described on Scribelabs’ site: “Podium offers browser-based, live multistream broadcasting and videconferencing. Built on Adobe technologies and delivered via Flash Media Servers and CDNs such as Limelight Networks, Podium is used for small geographically dispersed meetings and large-scale event broadcasts.”

Continuing Medical Education Virtual Activities

Continuing Medical Education Virtual Activities In one six month period, managed and oversaw the design, development and content of over 18 different continuing medical education cdroms complete with multiple presententations consisting of either video or audio, powerpoint slides, faculty references, documentation,  post-tests, evaluation and personal information input. Driven by external xml configuration files, each cdrom…

AOL 10 Foot Experience

In a partnership with Intel utilizing their VIIV technology, AOL demonstrated their new settop digital video recorder to the 2005 Consumer Electronics Show. They contracted me to create this demonstration using Macromedia Director, originally thinking it could all be done via the timeline. Realizing that this was slowly becoming more of an R and D…