IBM collaborated with James Murphy to turn live data from U.S. Open Tennis matches into generative music and visuals. I worked with Tool of NA to build out the match visualizer, including audio-reactive animations. The site is mobile first, built with HTML5 and Pixi.js.
The Power Inside
Website and Facebook site for Intel’s new social media film: “The Power Inside”, staring Harvey Keitel. As lead developer I built a responsive HTML5 microsite with localized content and image gallery. Also built the Facebook site including a ‘Mustacher’ application that allows the user to create and upload a ‘mustached’ image of themselves using the webcam and face detection. Built with Tool of North America.
Juicebox is the ultimate HTML Image Gallery. Juicebox is a free, downloadable image gallery creation app. It also comes in a paid Pro version that enables additional features. I am the founder, CEO and lead designer of a team that builds and maintains Juicebox and it’s sister CMS product Showkase.
E! Online Video Gallery
A dynamic video gallery for E! Online. Allows video browsing via related tags. The video player is built off the Brightcove API. Supports multiple regions, playlists and color schemes. Handles tracking via Google Analytics and advertising support via the DoubleClick API.
MySpace Video Player
MySpace’s new video player supports flash full-screen mode, a related videos menu, skinning, ads, localization, HD video, and sharing features.
A collection of RSS news aggregators built on a custom Ruby on Rails backend. Each aggregator collects a set of RSS feeds on a specific topic (design, art, music, green, comics etc.) into one site and presents them in an easy-to-browse format.
Developed Brightcove’s video players, including a core ActionScript library to be used across the Brightcove platform.