Flash / Animation
The concept for this presentation system was to provide car dealers with a way to display their vehicles in attractice settings and backgrounds on the Web. This prototype was created in Flash to demonstrate the system. Client: The Logical Alternative
Light Speed Web Design
This animated Flash site was used as a presentation to a book publisher proposing an introduction to basic skills in all of the web-design-related Adobe software (Dreamweaver, Flash, Photoshop, Illustrator).
Illustrator: Kerstin Upmeyer
Flash Artist: Juliet Davis
Banner Ads For HTE Government Software
Client: PeakBiety Branding + Advertising
The job was to create animated banner ads in Flash for this software company. The client provided the text and concept.
EMAT Promotional Flash Site:
Electronic Media Art & Technology Program
This Flash site was developed to promote the Electronic Media Art & Technology Program at The University of Tampa.
Vector Art /
Many jobs require the creation of vector illustrations that are then imported into Flash and animated. Those animations then become part of a larger job such as banner ads, a web site, or co
This Flash site was created for a company that created interior wall finishings and murals.
Nautic Blue Power Yachts
While Nautic Blue's HTML web site was being created, the company requested that a splash animation be placed at the URL to announce that the site was coming soon and to offer a contact button.
Client: Ideas 'N Motion
This unique invention allows wheelchair-bound individuals more mobility by securing utilities such as umbrellas, trays, soda holders, etc., to the wheelchair itself, thereby freeing the user's hands for motion. The job was to create a Flash presentation for distributors to show how the product worked.
This Flash web site for DickPatterson.com portfolio site included all branding and design.
This web site for poet Martha Serpas included a different animated Flash banner on each page, utilizing the poet's photography of Louisiana's wetlands and photo documentation of pre- and post-Katrina.