Thomas Joos | mobile application developer

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Scotch On The Rocks goes Mobile

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I finished an event guide for Scotch On The Rocks today. They contacted me a while ago via Peter Elst asking me if I could provide them a mobile guide. I could do and try out whatever I liked to and I started exploring Flash Lite 3 and the possibilities it offers. I experimented on a global navigation concept, based on stunning motion graphics, composed by my friend Ben Dekeyzer who is also elected for the semifinal round in Adobe’s Design Achievement Awards. Ben did an amazing job turning his motion graphics into amazing optimized mobile formats. Just watch the video below and see how the SOTR Mobile Guide looks like. I’m sorry for the quality but still I think it does showcase the concept very well.

It was a bit of a last minute call so I have not had the time to create installers. I zipped the projects and you can download them here. I have a Flash Lite 2 and 3 version. The fl3 version is the one showed in the video. Feel free to check them out and let me know what you think! Hope you guys like it! Any kind of feedback is always appreciated, just drop a comment :)

DOWNLOAD
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flash lite 2 version: download here
flash lite 3 version: download here

I’m not attending SOTR myself but my colleague Nicolas Lierman is. Have a great time at SOTR and I hope you can use the app!

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Written by vilebody

June 3, 2008 at 9:47 pm

Posted in BoulevArt, FITC, Mobile

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  1. […] created a Flash Lite application guide for the Scotch On The Rocks conference that is going on these days. You cna check a video and […]

  2. […] navigation concept based on stunning motion graphics. Here are more details and a link to download the […]

  3. Nice work! I’ll download and check them out later today.

    Bill Perry

    June 5, 2008 at 4:32 pm

  4. […] Thomas has finished an event guide for Scotch On The Rocks. Now he is doing the mobile version for us, the application  supports Flash Lite. It is a global navigation concept, based on stunning motion graphics. […]


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