It’s About Technology. We live for the excitement of discovering the best solution for that crazy job. We’re waiting for the opportunity to say to ourselves, “Well, that’s impossible. But...what if we actually did it?”
It’s About Being Artistic. We’re that weird kind of people that actually like designing within constraints. We appreciate when obstacles force us to be creative all over again. Production work, to us, is like digital haiku.
It’s About the Challenge. Working online keeps us on our toes, learning the newest fads and sharpening our skills. We’re the guys you want in your corner at the last minute, when that show-stopping wrench is falling toward the gears.
We developed our own character animation method that uses keyframes in the Flash timeline but tweens using code. Once we hooked up Croslite to the new animator, it was official. We hit 40k, allowing distribution of what was originally 100k creative across all standard placements as well.
Biggs Gilmore’s Pop-Tarts® Website game isn’t just for kids. Try to keep your sprinkle power alive twirling through 10 tasty stages.
Our role was to program the game itself, including building a light-weight physics engine, designing the obstacles structure of the levels, and then gauging difficulty levels that increase up to stage 10.
Butler, Stern, Shine, & Partners puts out a new online MINI campaign virtually every week, many of which consist of standard placements that need to pack a punch.
Our job is to know the MINI brand, enough so that we can assume hero shots should power-slide into frame and when a MINI drives across the screen it never doesn’t leave a smokey trail. BSSP can come to us with a 300x250 comp and we can accurately quote the whole campaign within an hour.
Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! is a NickJr. property that focuses on home DVD sales, published by Anchor Bay. The show itself is actually created in Flash. We wanted to leverage those existing assets but had to remove extra vector data from environments so we could build a quick Wubbzy story in just 40k.
Subaru.com is a your typical, full-scale automotive site, where balancing expandability with a well-structured back-end is pivotal to success.
Consider Intersect another team right there in your office. Fully staffed and always thinking ahead, we’re a logical, capable body that can operate with as much autonomy as you like.