Not content with dreaming of Dairy Queen foods and beverages, I am currently working on several theater slide ads, and also webpage and other graphical goodies for Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream - Stay tuned for updates to the slide ads and other things!
I am currently creating a big screen animated commercial for Dairy Queen, it's not going to well. The super well organized company supplied me with 3 cd's full of logos, guidelines and lots and lots of food, Soft Serve, and Blizzard images! Makes me hungry, and mouth water every minute I work on this ad - hopefully the finished article will do the same for viewers in the theater and they will rush out to buy their excellent Chillabration Cakes :)
Update! Aug 23 - You can view the animation / ad by clicking here!
A flash animation of a "make-believe" theater website for a prime-time television program in the U.K. - we create lots of animations for practically all the top programs in the UK. Things you see on screen like someone browsing the internet, sending an email, looking at a web-cam etc - it's all done with smoke and mirrors people, and a little help from TWS :)
A flash animated advertisement for Open Season animated movie from Sony Pictures, promoting the official website and to pre-order / purchase tickets now.
Update! Aug 10 - You can view the animation / ad by clicking here!
Animated menu boards detailing combos available to patrons at the point of purchase for a theater company.
Apple has a new Sneak Peek page with videos of some of the new features that will be included in the next release of their OSX perating systtem, due for release in Spring 2007. You can see the videos here.
Both Engadget and MacRumors are providing live coverage right now at the following url's
STOP PRESS: Mac Pro (replacement for the Apple Mac) has been announced - Online store at apple is down right now
Two 2.66GHz Dual-Core Intel Xeon "Woodcrest" processors
4MB shared L2 cache per processor
1.33GHz dual independent frontside buses
1GB memory (667MHz DDR2 fully-buffered DIMM ECC)
NVIDIA GeForce 7300 GT graphics with 256MB memory
250GB Serial ATA 3Gb/s 7200-rpm hard drive
16x double-layer SuperDrive (DVD+R DL/DVD±RW/CD-RW)
Monday 7th August in San Fransisco marks this years Apple Computer's WWDC - World Wide Developers Conference. With an opening keynote speech from Steve Jobs, the CEO, the apple community is expecting a large number of exciting announcements, plus the lucky attendees will get the first glimpses at the next version of the hugely popular operation system, codenamed "Leopard".
You can read up on schedules and information for the event at the official Apple WWDC website by clicking here, or you may prefer to join in the fun and start guessing at what will be announced, shown or released by visiting one of the more popular user websites such as MacRumors by clicking here.
Web usability guru Jakob Neilson says we should be focused on developing websites at 1024 x 768 resolution - in his latest posting on his website he says that is now the most widely used screen resolution - whether you love him or hate him, most people recognize that what Jakob says today, will be written about tomorrow..... urgh.... guess that's true!
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