Using Magento on the back-end of this one, with a custom flash interface on the home page. I am using AMFPHP to serialize the data so that everything moves fater that the SOAP calls. Almost done with this one but I am pretty excited to show off what I’ve been able to do so far with Magento, which is a dream by the way. The flash piece support two languages, English & Espanol. Hopefully I’ll have enough time to post some of the flash integration pieces I wrote for Magento and maybe even come out with a module. No promises. Let me know what you think about the design.
Here’s an exhibit I did for a company I previously worked for. They needed it designed in 5 days and gave me a crude sketch to work from. Pretty happy with the results and the customer was exceptionally happy. Even the printer amde a complimentary statement about it.
Officially released today! This site has some front-end flash done with Magento running the back end with a custom built template. For those who haven’t tried Magento yet and you’re still using OSCommerce or some other open source, php-based commerce app, STOP NOW! Magento, although still needs some work in some places, is great and the community is abundant and super helpful.
Anyhow, check it out here.
Started working on a new project from a great company in Seattle and within 3 days was able to get the concept up with the core od as classes written. This is a work in progress and I will enjoy developing this website.
Finally got to write some more Actionscript 3 classes and get this site close to completion. Been copllaboration with 2 other guys on this, one of them is suppose to finish off the calendar soon. Hope he hurries up because right now it is an eye soar compared to the rest of the site. I gave art direction for this site and execution was above average from the designer, but I had fun with the code
January 6, 2009
Finally finished a proof of concept (PoC) site for a very historic resort on the Big Island of Hawaii. Took idea to concept in about 2.5 months, with some examples of embedded flv, integration from flash to shadowbox. All in all, I’m pretty happy with the results. All the stakeholders loved it, along with the board members for the client and we closed the deal with them.
I tried to capture the environment of Kona, along with the richness in the land and history associated with the resort. Also, came up with a great concept to the “Learn” section, trying to innovate how a user can interactively view printed material along with video. Check it out and tell me what you think.
Diagnostic Laboratory Systems team was a joy to work with and providing them with a a solution that not only looked nice, but functioned greatly. Working with a large company as they are, it was important that we satisfy all the departments with a solution to their needs. With this site, this was definitely done. Take a look and let me know what you think.
Chris and I are getting close on finishing the site. I’ll be working on the home page flash piece soon and Chris has been punching the CSS stuf heavy and hard. This is by far the best Joomla template we’ve done yet and it’s really only our 4th one. Not bad if I say so myself. Gonna implenet AMFPHP for this one soon and see what kinda kewl dynamic flash I can execute inside of the Joomla framework. Should be fun and great to learn something new.
Created another template for the new tool based on Joomla, keeping the hawaiian theme, but giving a mre professional look and feel than the other template. Again a bit of a pain getting IE 6 to work properly. Can’t wait till that app is done with.
This design came out alright considering I did it all in 10 hours form concept -> template -> implementation. Seems like the customer likes it. Next up a left side navigation version, although I will most likely delegate it to one of the guys inthe shop because I’m kind of bored with Joomla templates.