PaperVison3d product selector for the Sony Bravia Home Theater (BHT) Hub. The BHT Hub is part of a suite of marketing tools Sony provides for its regional offices, part of Sony’s Global CMS. The product selector is built in ActionScript 3 and completely data driven, configurable from XML files. Read on »
Realising the Fortis strapline “Life’s a Curve”, the Lifeplotter site encourages users to explore the Fortis brand by plotting key life events on an animated graph. The site is a cross between a rich internet application and an advert. Read on »
At the time of launch, the Portégé was the world’s lightest fullsize laptop. The site features a 3d menu, built with PaperVision3D and explores a theme of weightlessness. The build was based on my localisation framework and the site was launched in 17 counrties, in 15 different languages.
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The Sorrenta Shakedown Microsite was produced to promote the Sony Ericsson w910i Walkman Phone for Vodaphone and Sony Ericsson. The w910i has a novel feature - you can shake it to shuffle the tracks. The website takes this pretty literally: shake the virtual phone to navigate the website. Read on »
The Vodafone Stadium of Fans was a social networking site for football fans from accross Europe to swap banter. I lead a team of four actionscript developers, designed the technical architecture (based on ARP), and built key parts of the site (including the avatar configurator). Read on »
The Release Your Music (RYM) site is all about connectivity - helping Sony customers select compatible products. The site uses a lot of animation to get it’s message across. The site supports localisation and translation, and is served via Sony’s global content management system (CMS). Read on »
The AEG Heritage microsite was built to celebrate the 100th anniversary of designer, Peter Behrens work for AEG. The site was integrated into AEGs CMS and launched in English and German.
The site was designed by Eduardo de Felipe, I built the flash (ActionScript 2) and handled the integration.
Make a Fresh Start was a novel, ambitious and highly interactive marketing site to support the European launch of the Sony Ericsson K800i Cyber-shot camera phone. The site encouraged users to upload, share and destroy each others photographs. The site was built in Flash 7, powered by an ASP backend.
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Heidelberg is the Rolls Royce of the printing world, employing around 15,000 people in 162 counties around the world. They manufacture the best printing presses made by man as well a full range of pre-press and post-press products and colour management software. Heidelberg engaged AGENCY.COM to redesign their global web presence and implement their new [...] Read on »