Years in the making, I finally launched the DeCrescent & Rotter Music Contracting website. The site itself had evolved over the years with various design iterations, and once it was finalized and locked, it came together quickly. The heart of the site is a rather extensive (albeit incomplete) list of credits, as well as a pretty cool JQuery coded database pull to allow for randomized poster art gracefully dissolving with each other, based on the search results. So if you …
My latest website project finally launched. I’ve been working on this one since late spring. Q6 Studios is a group of four composers who wanted to not only showcase their music, but also have an enormous music database that they could securely provide access for music editors to. The trickiest part of the site was tying it all together and working it in such a way where the composers could do all of the updates themselves.
Launched a new website for composer Christophe Beck today. The site itself was finished a few months back, but with the extensive back-end database work I did, content needed to be added, which was done primarily by Beck’s team. The visual design was created by R+EBEL Design, and Yelena did a great job!
Just launched a newly redesigned website for composer Elia Cmiral. This project started in August, and implemented a database-driven news and project area.
Just launched my latest website project, a clean site for composer Jeff Danna. Jeff has a few projects out this fall, including the new Terry Gilliam film The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus, which looks to be pretty awesome!
You know how whenever you watch a movie, and someone is doing something “online, they have a website on screen? Well, 99% of the time, it’s a fake website – and someone has to build it! So it was that I was tasked by my good friend and filmmaker Kurt Kuenne to create a fake website for the new independent film that he’s been shooting, Shuffle starring T.J. Thyne (of “Bones” fame). It’s just one page – in fact, it’s …
Bay-area composer Ron Ramin called me up just before Passover, and we decided to put together a simple yet elegant site for him. The music area is based on a MySQL database, but the rest is all hard-coded. We started it in mid-April, and launched it early-May. Nice and fast!
My latest project, the official website for specialty soundtrack label Tribute Film Classics, is now live. Features include a very slick clean interface, a custom WordPress blog (with template), and nice integration with Disqus and GetSatisfaction for customer feedback and support.
Created a brand new website for composer Ron Jones, who has been working hard on “Family Guy” as well as his Influence Jazz Orchestra live performances. His old site hadn’t been update since 2004(!) and so it was a complete rescrubbing and simplification that was necessary to bring him back up-to-date. The highlight of the site is the “Listen” section, which contains over 3.5 hours of audio, all databased and fully browsable. Future enhancements will include a “search” capability!
Launched a new site for composer Michael Tavera. Pretty basic layout, but the tricky part was building the custom CMS for the video pages, as well as (basically) hacking Apple.com’s Web 2.0 DHTML to have the video “float” above the page content.