A client wanted a trimmed-down, dark-themed version of the popular site reddit, which I created using the reddit API. I designed it using some UI references and built it in Angular (v. 6).
Nexon needed to revamp their careers page to highlight the excitement of working at a gaming company and showcase their games. I created this page using integrations with the Taleo API to highlight and list current job openings.
I developed a new version of the Nexon America corporate homepage that was centered around its current suite of games. The site was structured to insure that adding/editing/removing new games in the future could be done smoothly by other developers.
This unique site was designed around the many of the movie's themes, including beautiful natural scenery and days of the week. I worked closely to with the designers to implement their vision of a site that revolved around precise text placement, transitions, and movie stills.
A freelance client of mine needed a site to create a solid web presence for their investment banking company. The site included informative articles written by the founders and detailed descriptions of their methodologies.
As part of their marketing campaign for Fast & Furious 6, Universal Pictures wanted to create a site showcasing the history of the Fast & Furious franchise. I implemented this site placing a collection of videos/images from the previous movies on a chronological timeline.
A project based around video clips specifically shot from a local film company. I combined these clips with a scripted sequence to lead the user through a unique crime-solving story.
20th Century Fox needed an exciting site to showcase the different characters in a new generation of X-Men movies. I worked with design and video production to bring everything into a cohesive experience in Flash.
Pepsi wanted a unique Youtube video page, complete with customized controls and pages for specific video categories. I created the page using Flash and Youtube's Video Player API to brand the page according to Pepsi's specifications.
A marketing campaign for KungFu Panda 2 that showed the characters breaking out of a normal Youtube page. I worked closely with TVG's artists and sound designers to turn their animation ideas into a reality in Flash.
Universal Pictures wanted to create a movie site designed around the different locations in Brazil. While implementing highly-detailed Flash site, I needed to carefully manage the large number of movie clip transitions and backgrounds requested by the designers.
The movie site for Sanctum was based on layered artwork that would move based on the user's mouse, giving the sense of underwater movement and depth. I wrote several ActionScript 3.0 scripts to implement the movement and resizing of the artwork.
The site for Predators was mainly an exercise in animating artistic details that gave the entire site the look and feel that the client wanted. I spent most of the time breaking up artworking and animating specific parts in Flash to make sure the designers were happy with the end result.
A horror movie site that explored different environments of the 14th century. This was a fairly heavy Flash site that incorporated very large amounts of video, so I spent a lot of time ensuring the transitions and video loading worked properly.
Focus Features requested a site that captured the right tone for their film about Amelia Earhart. While working on this Flash site, I incorporated subtle animations and different soundtracks to create a classical adventurous feel.