Sunny Life was our first short film shot over Christmas vacation 2006 in Indiana. Many thanks to our long-suffering family members for your tallent love and support! sunnylifemovie.com
This site features an xml-driven Flash coverflow component to scroll through their books and supports blogging and news feeds. Visit NordskogPublishing.com
ONE MILLION CHILDREN
In the summer of 2007 we traveled to China, India and South Africa on behalf of Gospel Light Worldwide to document the real life stories of children around the world. It was an amazing journey. Read more at OneMillionChildren.com
Flash-based site with lots of beautiful smiles! I also took all the photos. Visit JennicaNims.com
Gospel Light: Agents In Action
Fun with Flash... I created the spinning logo animation in Swift3d, which is great fun. MP3 music player serving up the sweet tunes via XML.
Brochure-ware site for a distribution company. I photographed the box and created a flying Flash intro. Cool AJAX contact forms.
The strength of this site is the framework on which it's built; powered by WordPress, it facilitates blogging as well as extensive content management the client. It uses Flash for video delivery which works beautifully. There's also a forum to encourage users to participate in the discussion.
This was was designed to support the release of a new book on worldview. It's based on the WordPress framework for blogging and content management.
This is a Flash-based site for a movie production company in San Diego. I love working in Flash. It offers endless possibilities for me as a designer. There is dynamic content within the site which is controlled by the client via a web interface.
A Flash-based site with dynamic content controlled by the client, Streaming MP3 media player, XML-based image gallery (updatable by the client).
I was interested to see how far I could push steaming flash video. Would it scale well enough to use video as the background environment for the entire site? I think it worked out really well. The rest of the content is layered on top of the video background, which
This was a site designed by two non-web designers. I did the implementation in Flash & I think it turned out really neat. Very original.