Another Heyman/Whitley collaboration recently landed on Kidzter.com. It will soon be available as a free mobile app (as time permits). The idea is simple. Peeve as many fowl as you can in thirty seconds by clicking on them.
Project completed! This is the final interactive graphic for the UNC School of Public Health's Nutrition 240 course. Thanks Dr. Beck, Catherine and Megan! (I'll update this post soon with some of the bizarre comps we came up with.)
UNC School of Public Health - Nutrition 240 - Digestion
is available for Blackberry PlayBook
and Android devices
. GeoGeo grew from Carolina Adobe User Group meetings
with me and Mark A. Mark knew former Pixar artist, James Elston
, who gave us our nice logo and mascot, GeoGeorge. I coded the app and Mark handled quiz development. Please give it a try, let us know if you like (or dislike) it and we'll try to incorporate good ideas. It won't be free on the Android Market for much longer.
These are some of the latest pieces I've had the pleasure to work on for the UNC School of Public Health. The interactive pieces are made in Flash, Illustrator, and Cinema 4D and they're built to live in BlackBoard or Sakai. The only thing we bought was the iStock video of the man in the desert. The interface was only meant for client review.
Credits: Catherine MacAllister, Informational Design; Megan Bell, Project Manager; Jason Whitley: Illustration, animation, actionscript; Dr. Melinda Beck, Subject matter expert. If you click around on the Nutrition 240 site, you'll see more work by the rest of Teaching and Learning Interactive: Andy Brawn, videographer; Denis McDonough, grip; Tim Harper, web development; Jamar Jones, on-screen talent; Kerry O'Sullivan, web designer.
I'll be at AdobeMAX
representing UNC-Chapel Hill Teaching and Learning. I'm already getting inspired and very much looking forward to meeting everyone there.