This project was another fantastic visualisation for David McCandless of informationisbeautiful.
It is the second visualisation we have worked on, and it was even more fun than the first.
The data is coming in live (as a CSV) from a Google Docs Spreadsheet http://bit.ly/tonsofcarbon.
The application is built in Flash using ActionScript 3.0 and the PureMVC framework, with SWFAddress and a small amount of XML.
You can read more about this project on David’s great blog here:
This was a very quick build and a steep learning curve with the Facebook Graph API integration. The site is PureMVC, AS3 and XML driven. Also it integrates with a Renault server for saving information about each user and their betting scores for the competition.
An interesting campaign with some great prizes available, but be quick as this is only for 9 more days.
This site is built using the PureMVC framework (AS3.0) and is XML driven to support multiple languages. This is the site I wrote the dynamic text around an ellipse code for, as it is used for the range menu.
It is a great looking site with some nice water and light effects going on in the background.
This site for Nissan finally launched last week almost 4 months after I completed the build. It is AS3 and uses the PureMVC framework. It is to help customers compare the two different Qashqai models and their respective features. I really like the way the paint splashes around in this campaign.