Monthly Archives: September 2010

Combining mcDropdown and Galleria with jQuery

Learn how to quickly and easily integrate the two jQuery classes to create a beautiful dropdown menu with Galleria. It works with Flickr photosets, Galleria and mcDropdown. Continue reading

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Easily Getting your last Tweet through PHP5

Have you ever wanted to add your latest Tweet to a website or blog quickly and easily? After doing some research I’ve found a very easy way to do it with minimal php programing. Follow this tutorial to found out how. Continue reading

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JCI – A distributable presentation with a twist

Flash AS3 project JCIOur client JCI needed a redistributable Flash slideshow project. The challenge involved making it multilingual and easy enough anyone could update the slide and audio without opening Flash. Here’s the project and how I did it. Continue reading

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Fia Interiors – Stunning design

CodeIgniter PHP project  Fia InteriorsA client of mine wanted to revamp her site and include a new ‘Home Styling’ section to augment her Interior design site. She also needed a solution that was robust enough to integrate a future database. Using CodeIgniter here’s how I did it. Continue reading

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Pimp my what?! – Forklift of course

Flash AS3 project Pimp My LiftI know, I know, we all have a forklift kicking around that we just need to trick out. Well using this Flash website, you can preview how it can look without spending a ton of money. You can also check out some hot girls (not that you’re looking or anything). Want to know more? Well here’s how I did it. Continue reading

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Aveda – Teaching the Points of Difference

Flash AS3 project JCIIf you’ve never heard of Aveda or their products here’s an insight into how they treat you different. This Flash CD was created for salon owners to teach their staff how be different. Lots of video and instructional material. This was a year in the making, check it out. Continue reading

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CLS-Lexitech – a translation company website where content is KING

CodeIgniter project CLS-lexitechToo many websites are dependent on Google Translate or Babelfish. If you’re a translation company, you just can afford to that. If you get the translation wrong, who will use your services? Here’s where I leveraged CodeIgniter’s language files translators could work with. Check out how. Continue reading

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Collega (Aveda) – Custom charting at it’s best

Let’s face it. Having to create a chart sucks. I created this little Flash web app to make charting FUN! (If that’s possible). Using lots of PHP, MySQL and plenty of the fun ingredient Actionscript, charts were all over the company. Check it out. Continue reading

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OIAA – A site that does… EVERYTHING

PHP Drupal CiviCRM project OIAAI know this word gets thrown around a lot, but this is a site that does EVERYTHING. By everything I mean, CMS, Contact Management, Reporting, Charting, Membership renewals, Bulk emailing, Event planning and walks your dog. (Ok not the last one). Using Drupal, CiviCRM and custom PHP programming, it truely is a site to see. Continue reading

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Forked Up – Pilot TV show website (with CHOCLAIR!)

Flash AS3 project Forked UpWhatever happened to Choclair? I think I found him at this Flash site. It’s a pilot television show that shows how much fun and stress is involve in building forklifts. With Actionscript, it shows anything is possible. Tons of interactivity. Video, Adding your pic to the forklift, Custom tattooing of your name, downloads and more video. My most ambitious Flash Actionscript site to date! Continue reading

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