Tag Archives: creative review

Lifesaver

  • Awards / Nominations:-
    • IPA Health Awards: Best Of Show Consumer
    • IPA Health Awards: Gold Digital Media
    • One Show Awards: Interactive Silver Pencil User Experience Design – Mobile / Utility
    • Webby Awards: Education & Reference (Handheld Devices) – People’s Choice Award
    • Creative Review Annual: Best In Book
    • CLIO Healthcare Awards: Grand CLIO Award
    • E-Learning Awards: Silver Award – Best E-Learning Project – Not-for-profit Sector
    • E-Learning Awards: Gold Award – Best Use Of Mobile Learning
    • E-Learning Awards: Gold Award – Excellence In The Production Of Learning Content – Not-for-profit Sector
    • E-Learning Awards: Gold Award – Excellence In The Production Of Learning Content – Public Sector
    • E-Learning Awards: Gold Award – Best Learning Game, Simulation or Virtual Environment
    • The Lovie Awards: People’s Lovie Award For Best Use Of Interactive Video
    • The Lovie Awards: Gold Winner For Best Use Of Interactive Video
    • FWA: Site Of The Month
    • FWA: Site Of The Day
    • FWA: Mobile Of The Day
  • Client:- Resuscitation Council UK
  • Agency:- None
  • Role:- Developer

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Comcast Town

  • Awards / Nominations:-
    • One Show 2010 Bronze – Social Networks / Community Category
    • Selected for the Creative Review Annual 2010
    • Site Of The Day (SOTD) Award for 2nd April 2009
    • Recommended for Site Of The Year in Adobe Edge June 2009 Issue
  • Client:- Comcast
  • Agency:- Goodby Silverstein & Partners San Francisco
  • Role:- Developer

Comcast Town Image

Users design their ideal Comcast crib. Then, they fine-tune it and start to accrue currency. And finally, they engage in the world full-on.
Personalization is the key. We designed an interactive environment where users can select, buy, change layout, and make up their room as a reflection of themselves. Residents can even add a note to each item of they have. So that the visitors can glean more of the resident’s personality.

Unfortunately I didn’t have the pleasure of working on this project full time. I coded a couple of elements and did some updates and bug fixes over a few months. My claim to fame is that I picked the colour used for the ‘Centurion’ user rank. Small, but I got a kick out of it.