Made Some Websites in 2013
Looking back over 2013, I'm pretty proud of the projects I was able to work on. Of course, I've had no meaningful output on this blog since April, but other than that I was quite busy. Most of these projects were group efforts with multiple developers and the rest of my co-workers at Instrument.
This 13,000px tall website tells the story of how Google searches the internet in an accurate, but whimsical, way. I was an attempt on our behalf to so a "super scroll narrative" without the 1-to-1 parallax scrolling effect so popular at the time.
This was my second year working on the I/O experiment. This year, we build a Wario World-inspired series of mobile games which could be unlocked by entering binary patterns into the new I/O logo.
Coke Mobile Experiments
I built 2 mobile toys for the Coke ahh.com campaign this summer. These, especially Flip The Cap, were really fun on mobile.
We rebuilt Android's home on the web, kept things simple, brought in some nice moments of suprise & delight... all the while keeping the page weight very light on mobile (250kb homepage!).
Discover the top searches and G+ photos in this beautifully animated, infinite grid. It's an absolute joy to use on tablet or with a nice trackpad.