This is a Flash/Actionscript element that works within a client’s site. It pulls data from a database and feeds this Flash/Actionscript graph which then rebuilds and updates itself dynamically. The live version does a database query and then feeds the data back via XML, read through the Actionscript and then builds out the graph according
This was a really cool application using several mapping apps and an Actionscript layer to dynamically display where a customer’s shipment would be at all times. The unique factor is that the customer would be able to drill down into the shipment to confirm information to avoid any confusion between manufacturers. Shipments could be tracked
Designed an app for the National High School Rodeo and Cinch Jeans. I was going to program this in Actionscript but I got a new job just as I was about to start this project, so it was outsourced for completion.
This was another element within a client’s full site offering for their customers. This map would dynamically build in Flash/Actionscript each time a customer logged in to their site. It would pull from a database all their latest shipping costs/spends and build out this map for a visual shipping reference. I did all the design,
Back in the day when Facebook was merely an young upstart site everyone wanted a customized Facebook page…and I have to tell you it was by far the WORST thing to work on. Facebook had the crappiest most cryptic broken system of publishing out there…but they all wanted to be on Facebook. So, like the
This is sort of my humorous post…half lame post…sort of proud of this post… I’m conflicted…after all, this was my first real website I designed and programmed. Actually, this was THE site that I taught myself HTML with. That sad/funny part of this is that THEY ARE STILL USING THIS SITE!! This site was originally
These were a series of Flash/Actionscript banners that were dynamically driven to offer an insurance quote to the viewer without leaving the page they were currently on. Meaning, if you were surfing on a Yahoo news story and this banner caught your eye and you wanted to get a quote but hated clicking away from
Here are a few animated GIF banners I did for Walmart…way back in the day when the smiley face was still alive and kicking…