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ADDY AWARDS
American Advertising Federation
ADDY AWARDS
American Advertising Federation
Honorable Mention
Awwwards
Awwwards recognized this teaser site for an upcoming episode of West Cost Customs dedicated to promoting Warner Brothers new game Mad Max. I was the primary developer on the project.
I developed a company themed pinball app for Facebook to celebrate the Holidays at Marshall Advertising and Design. The app won a local ADDY, a district award and went on to the national competition. The district level included eight Southern California chapters and the Las Vegas AAF chapter. A total of 107 professional awards were given.
Toyo Tires required digital materials to help promote their 2011 Ultimate Ride Sweepstakes campaign. To help Toyo accomplish their goals I created two rich media units, Flash banners and a microsite dedicated to the promotion.
These Flash banners featured ambitious and stunning animations that would not have been possible without collaboration with a talented developer. I had the good fortune of working with one of the best developers that I have met on this project. We were pleased with the results.
Kawasaki needed a microsite to feature the release of the 2013 Ninja 300. The interactive 360 viewer was one of the site features that I really enjoyed working on. I was not involved in development, but the talented development team did a great job bringing this site to life in a very short period of time.
I provided art direction on this site for Kawasaki. There were many individuals involved in the design and development process. The final site benefitted greatly from this collaboration
These banners presented unique design and development challenges, as the required animations were difficult to achieve in the allocated 40K file size. I was pleased with what I was able to accomplish under such constraints.
For the Ninja ZX-6R site, Kawasaki needed a mobile user experience that closely reflected the style of the desktop site. My design approach was influenced by mobile best-practices and consistent with other Kawasaki mobile sites.