The one-page presence site of W2W recording artists BelleVoxx is a first-glimpse introduction to this charismatic trio of female vocalists. Get to know these ladies and stay tuned as time goes by, because the site will be developing in parallel with the group's upcoming releases and original webisodes. Design by Paul Chamberlain of Cerebral Itch.
W2W Records [Offline]
W2W Records is the new record label headed by Frank Thomas - yes, that Frank Thomas - and their debut presence page on the web is a simple but effective sampling of the musical offerings they already have in the works. With the handy jCarousel jQuery plugin by Jan Sorgalla, a fresh design by the ever-resourceful folks at Cerebral Itch and a handful of social media tools, we launched this website in record time.
The official website of the Las Vegas-based television program of the same name, the HomeOwner Talk website is a customized installation of AXIS CMS. Outfitted with the ever-flexible Shadowbox media player, here friends of the program can watch archived episodes and submit their own homeowner questions for consideration in future episodes. Design by Casey Wiesel of Kaleidos Creative.
CerebralItch eCards are coming to the iPhone! This promotional site - the latest addition to the CerebralItch Network - was launched in April 2009 to pre-announce the upcoming (June 2009) release of their hilarious iPhone App. With art by by Paul Chamberlain, the site features a browsable gallery of cards and invitations, using the popular Shadowbox system to display them in slideshow format.
Faced with a 24-hour deadline, the Apparel News team wished to dynamically override the contents of the Flash movie on their home page. AIP added a custom control panel to the administrative area of the website allowing them to swap out graphics on the fly, creating any promotional links they need, whenever they need them.
Children of the KoRn...
By special arrangement with Jon Davis, we brought back some exclusive video footage from KoRn's ass-kicking live performance in Anaheim California, March 1st, 2000. If you missed the Sick 'n Twisted Tour - or even if you didn't - you won't see shots closer than this anywhere. This video footage was a special gift from Jon to KoRn's online audience, brought to you by As If Productions and available only in RealPlayer format.[continued]
"Under Suspicion" is a modernized remake of the French cult classic "Garde a Vue", a story full of dark secrets and psychological twists. The site was part of the marketing campaign for the motion picture of the same title, starring Gene Hackman and Morgan Freeman, produced by Revelations Entertainment and TF1 International.[continued]
In March 2000, Comedy Central expanded the World of South Park site to include additional programs. The site was redesigned to accomodate the browser-based "Viewer" version of the Palace software, and over the next 9 months more than a dozen rooms were added to the site. The new rooms represented two new series airing on Comedy Central (now cancelled): The Upright Citizens Brigade and Strip Mall starring Julie Brown.[continued]
The World of South Park (aka "The South Park Palace") came online in 1997 as part of the Comedy Central website, launching simultaneously with the television debut of the soon-to-be hit series. Beginning with a mere 30 sets and a fanbase of zero, the site grew over the next three years to include over 200 graphical locations from America's favorite Colorado mountain town.[continued]
In 1999 AIP worked with Canadian rockers I Mother Earth to create their unique interactive environment for online events and fan chats. To help introduce the band to American audiences, AIP and CHART Magazine produced an online chat and trivia game at The Palace Arena, featuring prize giveaways from PUMA and a live interview with the band.[continued]
Designed as an online hangout for fans of Sony recording artist Macy Gray, the We Ours club was a 24-hour online groove spot where you could chill with your best friends, meet new ones, or just hang out in the corner, people-watching (avatar-watching) all night long. Featuring samples from Macy Gray's smash hit debut album 'On How Life Is', with Art Direction by Fullerene and 'Freaky' Avatars by Phillip Gibson.