Flash Coding, Design, Illustration
I worked for a few years on some educational multimedia pieces for Intel. Because of this relationship, the people who run the Intel Museum were familiar with our work asked us to create an online experience for the museum. They wanted to capture the “hands on” nature of the exhibits in Flash simulations, walkthroughs and explainers.
An account exec and I flew out to the museum and took hundreds of pictures. We interviewed museum employees, observed museum-goers and developed an outline of how to best create the online companion to the dynamic and exciting experience. Back in the office I went to work building both Flash and static modules that would bring the museum to life and give users a taste of the interactivity that would await them.
Using a combination of Illustrator, Photoshop and Strata StudioPro, I pieced together tons of homemade illustration and graphics to compliment what Intel provided. There was a mix of photo-realistic and playfully stylish graphics combined in each module to capture the experience of the museum.
Although long gone from the education site, these projects enjoyed a long life at Intel. Often times we worked directly with engineers to make sure the simulations and examples shown were accurate. A sometimes challenging effort, this suite of work for Intel was a pleasure to work on and I am very proud of the results.