Category Archives: flash

Mobile Brand Loyalty

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Mobile Brand Loyalty
A survey by Piper Jaffray yesterday reveals that most early iPhone 4 buyers were upgrading from previous iPhones — and remaining loyal to Apple — and that very few were switching to AT&T from other carriers. Specifically, here are highlights from Piper analyst Gene Munster’s note this morning: 77% of iPhone 4 buyers polled in […]

HTML5

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HTML5
Very cool infographic breaking down the advances pending in html5 as it is rolled out.  Good stuff.

Flash Wars.

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Flash Wars.
Kind of funny back & forth this past week from Apple and Adobe.  Adobe apparently debuted a strange passive-aggressive ‘We Heart Apple’ campaign – while conducting a flame war with Steve Jobs et al.  Apple’s (apparently fake) response is below.  Heh.

Cool AR Biz Card.

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Cool AR Biz Card.
This is pretty neat – nice application of augmented reality in a business card context. AR Business Card from James Alliban on Vimeo.

Choose Your Own Visualization.

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Choose Your Own Visualization.
Children of the 80s may remember those awesome ‘Choose Your Own Adventure‘ books, in which the reader determines the storyline by choosing to follow plot path options.  This site features some incredible Flash visualizations of the plot possibilities as motion animations.  Select a Title, and then hit the ‘Play’ button to watch the magic.

Come On, Apple.

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Come On, Apple.
I saw this described as passive aggressive warfare this morning.  Adobe’s taking the gloves off re: Apple’s mobile Flash support (or lack thereof).  Seems they’re taking a lead from the ‘Death to IE6’ shame campaign also being waged very publicly.

CS Nightmares?

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CS Nightmares?
For the full-on CS nerd – icon pillows from My Suite Shop. Found by Vector Living.

Erik Below Sea Level.

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Erik Below Sea Level.
Our friend Erik ‘the k is black‘ Kiesewetter has launched an updated portfolio here, and it’s (as he’d say) ‘bangin’. He’s a great talent and we work with him often. Ask him about his Bike® Shorts.

Sucré Launch

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Sucré Launch
We’re excited at Annunciation Interactive to have launched the Sucré website today. Sucré is a spectacular New Orleans-based chocolatier, bakery and confectionary shop, and we’re really pleased with the richly visual and deeply functional e-commerce site. The site’s Magento-powered commerce engine is highly feature rich, with an amazingly powerful client admin panel reminiscent of Google […]

Faub.org Wants You.

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Faub.org is celebrating its official formation and public launch with a bash at Barrister’s Gallery Saturday, November 3rd. Food and drinks at 7pm, and DJs Brice Nice and Joey Buttons will fire it up into the night. Multimedia piece Pssst. Pass It On by Grow Design Work’s Brian Dougherty-Johnson will be shown, along with Faub.org […]