to give whatever they wanted.
Fun for the masses.
of all of your fav shows.
in an interactive fashion.
an easy way to show a lot of info.
status quo site with pillars.
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We worked with agency Fitzgerald + CO and United Way, in Atlanta, to develop a microsite that would allow users to lend a hand by giving anything they wanted, ranging from burritos to a car wash.
We developed a custom backend for United Way workers to login to and remove, delete or approve donations. The backend was themed with the same look and feel as the microsite.
The microsite scrolled, continously, through all of the donations allowing any user to see the plethora of donations that were received.
This game was built in an expandable banner that set records for Coke, as far as click-throughs go. People loved playing this simple game of kicking the can based on a power meter, direction and wind speed.
We gave the ball real world physics so the kick would feel good when you gave it full power. If the goal was good or bad you were presented with the chance to keep playing, which kept players there for a while.
Working with Group CSE we were able to deliver a fun banner experience and provide great results for Coke.
Cartoon Network wanted a custom web application to allow it's fans to build custom DVD's of their shows. Utilizing Adobe Flash we went from designs straight into development to create a user-friendly way for fans to create their DVD's.
IGN had this to say, "We found the site fun and easy to use, and we're already imagining how it might be applied to other networks and series. Here's hoping this kind of fan-oriented product marketing catches on."
Working with Roark Creative and the University of Texas, Tyler extension we designed and developed this experience.
A perspective student can zoom into buildings or just browse around the map. There is also a campus explorer to browse if top down is not your style.
Enjoy the clouds.
Our job was to provide a great feel for the end user to get information about UHS Pruitt in a calm organized manner.
Utilizing Flash we built out provided designs to flow smoothly and respond to touch in an intuitive way.
Buckley & Klein wanted a site that was not your average law firm site that had pictures of pillars, judges and gavels. So we went with a clean two color approach that provided a modern clean look that represented them well.
Using Flash we gave the site a lot of motion to convey smoothness and complexity to give the firm a since of saviness to the user.