The Applied Technology in Business (ATiB) Program at Oakland University (Rochester, Michigan) is a distinctive and competitive business minor sponsored by some of the leading corporations throughout Michigan.
In order to promote their Young Workers campaign, WorkCover NSW ran a competition inviting young designers to create a poster conveying the message of safety for youth within the workplace. Aqua Media within a tight timeframe, developed a Young Workers logo, represented largely by youth culture aesthetics, and then proceeded to create a poster competition form and website to suit.
Dr. Shawn Keller provides exceptional cosmetic dental education to the Pacific Northwest
Tired of "techno-flash?" This site proposes some new directions for interactive design along with some ways to manage a happy marriage between graphics and technology. Read the academic stuff on the left and enjoy the examples on the right.
This site is built using a combination of flash for graphical layout, and xml for the text based content, allowing our staff to update the site without having to know flash.Its primary goal is to help high school student of all ages get ready for college, and if they have any question, we are there to help them.
Cool game to learn multiplication with dynamic performance feedback and printable reporting, and other cool features
Comprehensive collection of images by Jan Toorop 1858 - 1928 build in flash mx
Dedicated to serving the multi-ethnic community and the professional who services it, SalonSENSE Magazine has become the link between the beauty professional and the industry manufacturer. Our job is to remove the "veil" of misinformation (or lack of information) that pervades the beauty industry regarding the ethnic market and the ethnic professional.
A seris of games designed to help children understand basic concepts in mathematics.
A fantastic site for students of Kicsit.. by the webmaster of Webartslab.
The Devlin-designed sitelet for the upcoming IMAX film, SPACE STATION, launched in January to an enthusiastic response. The site has received over one million hits to date. Like IMAX films, the sitelet is both entertaining and educational. Developed primarily in Flash instead of HTML to make it more engaging, the sitelet features a short trailer and a unique graphic concept that further communicates the film's key selling point; it's a "ticket to space." Functioning as a complete information resource for the film, as well as providing background information on the International Space Station (ISS) the graphic interface and the content were created to appeal to a broad consumer audience, including students and educators.