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Description: Arts Beyond work as a service company for artists, providing representation, pr, management and event organistaion. Their communication is that they deliver beyond expectations. The identity (also designed by us) always bleeds off the edge of page. The website takes this concept and translates it on screen, with the navigation always pushing off the edge of the screen. The site is completeley built in Flash with a back-end database running a catalogue of over 1000 images.
"damon productions : : web site"
Description: Tim Damon’s online photo-folio offers not only a look at his wide-ranging automotive work, but also provides a glimpse into his personality. Random sound bites provide the unexpected opportunity to eavesdrop on Tim while unexpected bursts of music and sound play off his work. Stop by for a look—and a listen—at damonproductions.com
Artist: tim damon
"Doom Official Theatrical Website"
Description: This high-octane film needed a website that would appeal to a broad demographic without alienating the legions of hardcore Doom gamers. We met the challenge with a design approach that embraced the 1st person POV of the game, while focusing in on the film's unique direction.
Artist: Creative director: Darwin Tomlinson, Art Director: Jorge Calleja, Animation, Action Script, Sound design: David Estis, Lead developer: Christian Ayotte, Animators: Fred Stutterheim, Andreas Wannerstadt
Description: Website for a NYC-based rock & roll band.
Artist: Adam Parks
"Fogworks Interactive Website"
Description: Flashed web interface design for the agency, Fogworks Interactive.
Artist: Curtis Hall
"Fuse Amplified Guide '05"
Description: This show package for the Fuse Network's 'Amplified Guide' is a wildly energetic example of our broadcast capabilities - featuring an unfolding map that creates a striking environment for a series of cool animations to play out.
Artist: Creative director: Darwin Tomlinson, Art Director/ Animator: Brien Holman
Description: Portfolio site for my web/graphic design company
Artist: Adam Parks
Description: For Hitachi's North American automotive division, we created three unique intro animations in 3D, which were then executed in Flash to reduce file size without sacrificing design or motion. Dynamic camera moves were combined with atmospheric animations to create a series of vignettes that describe Hitachi's values in an inspired way. Sound design was critical to creating a unified 'voice' for the site - we created subtle, ethereal audio in-house, including sound effects and music.
Artist: Creative director: Darwin Tomlinson, Art Director: Jorge Calleja, Animation/ Action Script/ Sound design/ Lead developer: David Estis, Design: Tosh Kodama, Animators: Ming Tai, Fred Stutterheim, Andreas Wannerstadt, Ken Macy
"Never Without, LLC Website"
Description: Simple, structured and real, was our approach to the first ever Never Without web site. Keeping things simple we used a straightforward navigation and kept all content on a single page. We also used DHTML verse Flash for animation to cut down on file size and allow search engines to find our site. Structurally, the display method for contact is driven by PHP and a MySQL database. We developed a backend Admin section to capture and organize our contacts. And we are automatically notified via Blackberry when someone submits their information to the site. We approached the idea of being real, through our “About us” section. Along with the standard bio and stat information, we predominately show our personal web life – displaying links to personal sites, flickr accounts and coming soon, blogs.
Artist: Naoya Wada
"Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards"
Description: For Nickelodeon's 2005 Kids' Choice Awards, the goal was to generate excitement and awareness for the annual event, without talking down to the young audience. We created over 30 unique promos – each spot used multiple layers of unique animations to grab the viewer and hold on – the lush, constantly moving environments created an excitement and anticipation that was spot on for the audience.
Artist: Creative Director: Darwin Tomlinson, Art Director/Designer/Animator: Brien Holman, Animator: Jayson Whitmore, Animator: Justin Blyth
"Nicktoons Network 3 Headed Monster Programming Blo"
Description: Nicktoons needed a compelling promo for their "3 Headed Monster" programming block, branding the block with a wild, dynamic personality. In addition to this, Nicktoons Network was preparing to switch to a 24 hour a day, advertiser-supported model, and they wanted a singular, fresh look for the network that would boldly personify the brand and set them apart from the competition.
Artist: Creative Director: Darwin Tomlinson, Art Director/Designer: Brien Holman, Executive Producer: Mandy Martin, Producer/Writer: Mike Harvkey, Lead Animator: Jayson Whitmore, Animator: Justin Blyth
"Nicktoons Network Redesign"
Description: Nicktoons Network was preparing to switch to a 24 hour a day, advertiser-supported model, and they wanted a singular, fresh look for the network that would boldly personify the brand and set them apart from the competition. Additionally, the on-air elements needed to be able to withstand multiple viewings, and modular enough to allow an easy refresh. We created a network package that features a dizzying blend of collaged imagery. Multiple images were cut and pasted to create environments and elements that possess frenetic energy. The package also boasts a unique modular construction, with a wealth of action on-screen where the subtler aspects may not be noticed until a 5th or 6th viewing.
Artist: Creative Director: Darwin Tomlinson, Art Director/Designer/2D Animator: Brien Holman, Executive Producer: Mandy Martin, Producer/Writer: Mike Harvkey, Designer: Gmunk, 2D/3D Animator: Jake Portman, 2D Animator/Editor: Jayson Whitmore, 2D Animator/Editor:
"Nokia SNAP Mobile"
Description: SNAP (Scalable Network Application Package) Mobile is Nokia’s next generation mobile gaming platform designed in partnership with Sun Microsystems to deliver market defining solutions to the key issues and challenges faced by developers, operators and publishers today. The Nokia SNAP Mobile site blends HTML/CSS with subtle Flash enhancements for an informational and seamless user experience.
Description: It is a website to put all my works together.
Description: Felton exploited the visual vocabulary of record-digging to bring a new look to the revered west-coast label’s content. Digging through bargain-bins of records for graphic samples, Felton stitched together images for the artists that celebrate this vocabulary and process and result in a natural and fascinating new look for Quannum. Wada, who coded the site, used MySQL and PHP to create a database driven site that Quannum could update themselves using a content management system. Other highlights of the site development include a Flash navigation as well as a database driven Flash based MP3 player.
Artist: Naoya Wada, Nicholas Felton
Description: Advertising superstar Sally Hogshead entered the world of publishing with the September 2005 release of her book “Radical Careering.” To extend the book’s reach, we created an interactive destination with polls, subject specific microsites, a blog and a ton more. The Radical Careering website / community portal has helped Sally promote her book while creating an interactive and fun community environment for those seeking to jump start their career.
"Red Bull MET Recruitment Site"
Description: The Red Bull Mobile Energy Team (MET) Recruitment Site is intended to be an online “experience” for would-be applicants to learn about the exciting job of being a Red Bull MET member. The fun and interactive journey combines video, photography, unique design, voice-overs and animation allowing two “real life” METs to take you on a tour of the day-to-day life of a team member.
Description: Richard wanted a site that would offer an experience, which is about sequences of images rather than shots in isolation. The site runs alongside his book which is about to published. The homepage represents every spread in the book displayed on screen. The user is able to filter what is seen between people, places and things. Clicking on a thumbnail zooms into an image shown in context with the rest of the images in the sequence. The site automatically skips to the next image in the sequence, or allows yout to manually shortcut to any image. The site is completely updateable with new images, which simply extends the existing sequencing.
Artist: Richard Leayroyd
Description: The robot animation was developed for an exhibition for the DESIGNMAI Design festival Berlin. The theme was: "brave new world". Right from the beginning it was clear that the exhibition will travel to Japan, so I integrated alot cultural things about germany and japan in the animation which works as a loop and without sound. Also the focus on the main title was important, technical computer world against floral ornaments.
"Saturn Sky Microsite"
Description: For the upcoming 2006 Sky convertible, Saturn and Goodby Silverstein & Partners wanted a promotional website that would boldly introduce the car to the public, and capture the promise of the Sky brand - freedom, sophistication and style. We stitched together HD environmental footage and a 3D model of the car, to create a unique Flash-embedded time lapse video, allowing the user to 'scrub' through time and weather patterns as the car is rotated. The end result was a visually arresting, technologically advanced site that set the Saturn Sky up as an exciting and unexpected new entrant into the sports car market.
Artist: Creative Director: Darwin Tomlinson, Lead Developer/Lead Animator: David Estis, Producer: Jared Mazzaschi, Flash Developer: Meghan Newell, Flash Developer: Michael Keesey, Animator: Jen Kim, Art Director : Will McGuiness, Producer : Guy Overfelt