AOL Top 11 Widget

It is difficult to keep the house clean. I was going over the posts of my old blog, and I discovered that one of toys that I created for AOL in 2006 is still alive. I am sure folks from AOL would not mind that gives free promotion to the Top 11 show , while I use the opportunity to show a cool little thing that I built when I work there.

The embed code below can be acquired from the widget itself.

	width="206" height="365" 
	<param name="name" value="top11" />
	<param name="flashvars" value="skin=vanilla&amp;size=medium&amp;feed=top11&amp;settings=33609&amp;app=1" />
	<param name="src" value="" />
	<param name="wmode" value="transparent" />

Enter The Frame

Enter The Frame

Flash Programming

This application enables displaying pictures from many different institutions such Archive of American Art, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution Archive and others. Users can see individual pictures, tag them by adding keywords or group their favorite pictures in a sequence that can be shared with SPI (Smithisonian Photography Initiative) or other users via e-mail.

A smooth and intuitive navigation will let you discover hundreds of pictures by just browsing keyword that are meaningfull for other users that have experienced Enter The Frame

Webmechanics / June-2006

Interactive Classics Music Games

Interactive Classics

Tchaicovsky’s Nutcracker
Mozart’s Magic Flute
Alice in Vivaldi’s Four Season

Game Architecture, Games and activities Prototyping and final scripting of most of the games.

This set of educational games was published for Mac and PC and contain a collection of nine to twelve games/activities for kids to learn about music while they play. CDs are composed mostly by puzzles and games use Flash capability to randomize information, load external MP3 files, save data to the local drive and of course publishing the same content for PC and Mac. Online versions of some of the games and Flash movies in the site were also part of my responsibilities.

Fourtris Game

Fourtris Game

Play Fourtris now

Flash ActionScript and Interactive Design

Japan Media Art Festival award winning game. It’s not Tetris it’s Fourtris. Discover a fun way to build colorful shapes out of crosses that fly from four different directions. Challenge yourself and escape from the cute little monsters that will eat your crosses away.

Studio Mobile / May 2005