- Client:- Aetna
- Agency:- Ogilvy New York
- Role:- Technical Lead / Builder
- Client:- Dignity Health
- Agency:- Eleven Inc
- Role:- Developer
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
I haven’t really posted anything in a while because I’ve been working since June-ish as Tech Lead on a mammoth mobile project. It has kept me incredibly busy, but also has been a fantastic learning experience so far. I can’t mention the client yet, so for now I will refer to it as Project Blackbeard.
This is the first in a series of posts about a tool I am midway through writing to allow what the client sees as a copydeck to be converted into an xml file needed to make the copy appear in an app/website.
Part 1 focuses on the problem, and the convoluted process I forced myself into when solving it.
Part 2 will focus on the actual development of the final solution up to its present state.
Part 3 will focus on features that I hope to add in the future if I am blessed with more free time.
I just got a new Macbook Pro, and while clearing out my hard disk I found a filters demo I did when working on Philips Cinema: Parallel Lines. I’ve cleaned it up a bit and added some buttons.
The bottom row of filters are the ones that I used in my drawing tool in Matteo’s Secret. The middle four on the top are interesting. I think the performance is pretty good.
View it here.
- Client:- Fruitshoot
- Agency:- BBH
- Role:- Tech Lead
For BBH London, unit9 have crafted an interactive website for kids to learn, play and share comments in a fun and engaging way.
Kids are given the chance to master cool skills such as beat-boxing, cup stacking and skateboarding in this engaging microsite for Fruit Shoot. Master four addictive flash games (accuracy, movement, balance and rhythm) and view the latest comments to get the lowdown on the word on the digital playground.