fredline: vintage 1972

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Category: Adobe Flash

Some Freelance Goodies

Two pieces have found the light of day in the last week or so. I gave amtava.org some polish and hooked up a fun little map app to help their members figure out their regions.

Also collaborated with a neighbor to get her company’s site up to speed. This one has a carousel that actually tied in really well with their 360 Degree Approach branding.

Gonna put mom’s site together in the next few weeks too. Rich’s site is pretty sweet, I hope he gets around to using the wordpress capabilities at some point.

Enjoy all the pretty!

New Work sees the light

It’s been a rough couple of months but I can now share a whole bunch of work. Today we launched The Exploring the Early Americas site to coincide with the physical installation in the Jefferson building on the 12th. We worked with industry leaders Second Story and Schematic to produce some pretty amazing interactive kiosks to complement the already amazing artifacts on permanent display in the northwest wing. If you live around or plan to visit the DC area, do stop in and check it out. I built two ‘Page by Page’ kiosks for the installation that expand upon the online version and have had much fun watching people interact with them.

Gonna go sleep for a million years now.

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