This was an experiment with movements being triggered by audio.
Earth video loop for Willow Creek 2008 Christmas service.
Currently in beta testing, the pallet community web site creates an environment where users can find and post information about their industry. Each user can edit their own blog, post classified ads, provide information about their companies, join groups and more.
Animation of cartoon characters over live action.
I’ve produced quite a few video backgrounds and animations. See them at iStockVideo.
We redesigned Parkland Chapel’s web site to include Web 2.0 features, such as a blog, podcasting , RSS feeds and an advanced calendar.The site is primarily a blog where the client can make most needed edits. Logged-in visitors can comment on posts. Podcasting is built in to the site, allowing mp3 files to be played directly from the site or through iTunes. On iTunes, users can “subscribe” to the podcast and receive new audio files automatically when they open the iTunes application. The site includes a calendar that can be synced with many other calendar applications. It also features RSS feeds so information can be syndicated to other sites.
We recently did a quick facelift to the Samuel Kent Baker, Inc. web site.
The updated design is easier to navigate and flows better. None of the content was changed. The site was originally designed using Cascading Style Sheets so making widespread changes simply involved creating new graphics and editing one stylesheet.