Posts Tagged ‘puremvc’

Site Launch: How Much Carbon…?

This project was another fantastic visualisation for David McCandless of informationisbeautiful. http://www.informationisbeautiful.net/ It is the second visualisation we have worked on, and it was even more fun than the first. The data is coming in live (as a CSV) from a Google Docs Spreadsheet http://bit.ly/tonsofcarbon. The application is built in Flash using ActionScript 3.0 and […]

Site launch: The Megané Experiment

This was a very quick build and a steep learning curve with the Facebook Graph API integration. The site is PureMVC, AS3 and XML driven. Also it integrates with a Renault server for saving information about each user and their betting scores for the competition. An interesting campaign with some great prizes available, but be […]

Site launch: Bodyshop Rainforest range

This site is built using the PureMVC framework (AS3.0) and is XML driven to support multiple languages. This is the site I wrote the dynamic text around an ellipse code for, as it is used for the range menu. It is a great looking site with some nice water and light effects going on in […]

Site Launch: Nissan Qashqai differentiation

This site for Nissan finally launched last week almost 4 months after I completed the build. It is AS3 and uses the PureMVC framework. It is to help customers compare the two different Qashqai models and their respective features. I really like the way the paint splashes around in this campaign. link