The official website of the "Experience Talks" radio program on KPFK. AIP was brought onboard by the developers at Zumwinkle.com to help produce this dynamic WordPress site, which uses a variety of plugins and custom code to present live streams and recorded audio programs going back over the show's history.
The website of Las Vegas-based spiritual counselor and body worker, Mary Lou Anderson. This simple WordPress site presents information on classes, techniques and scheduling for upcoming events in the Las Vegas area.
The official website of the UbiquiCity project - an anthology of science fiction stories and a GameMasters' Sourcebook for roleplaying games set in the same near-future world. The site includes author info, sample excerpts, updates on project news and a forum for fans of this soon-to-be-published series. Check it out!
MonarCX is a full service multimedia development company designed to maximize the Customer Experience (CX), from Satellite Media tours to complete remote productions. The website is a custom version of AIP's AXIS-CMS system, a lightweight CMS designed for small businesses on a budget.
As If Productions recently upgraded the website of the Experimental Television Center from Drupal 6 to Drupal 7. As Drupal developers know, the upgrade from 6 to 7 is particularly hairy and not at all intuitive. The job was especially complicated as the center features a massive Biblio-based database, which required manual reconstruction in MySQL.
Matthew Schlanger of Black Hammer Productions is a visionary video artist, programmer and maker from New York. This website focuses on his video work, as well as documentation of his studio and information on custom video tools in general. The site also includes a sampling of code projects and physical computing. Recently rebuilt under Drupal 7 by As If Productions, the site features many fascinating video experiments and historical information on the ETC (Experimental Television Center).
Support the game designs and theoretical work of As If Productions. Written especially for roleplayers, GMs, game designers, artists and neophiles who are interested in experimental applications of narrative engineering.