A few years back I did the previous Spillt website. This is the newest update to their whole new identity. Spillt is a progressive brand development, design and animation agency. They specialize in broadcast media and commercial entertainment. Comprised of directors, designers, producers & artists they are a creative solution for any visual experience. Some good dudes that do even better work – check them out.
The Dubstep Machine is a personal project that I designed and developed. The Dubstep Machine is a iPhone/iPad app that allows it’s users to create their own dubstep with the provided samples and loops. It utilizes a lot of effects and variations to keep the user engaged and gives the a lot for only $.99 cents. Pixels pushed in Photoshop and Objective-C codes written in XCODE.
The Wobble Bass Suite is a personal concept of a series of iPhone Apps that I designed and developed myself. The idea revolved around making your own dubstep, Drum & Bass & Glitch Hop style sounds on your own device. I had the idea in my head for a while then just decided to design up some comps and then develop them. Once I had a decent working prototype in I polished it up and released it on iTunes. Wobble was the first app in the series but since it’s release and popularity, I put out three others with varies other genres of music. The code is written in all Objective C and deployed using XCODE.
KARVT is a comapny that I started back in 2008. We made 100% authentic wood skins for Apple products. With articles in Gizmodo, Engadget and many other publications this new idea of real wood items attached to such sleek Apple devices took off. Within 2 years of starting the business I decided to leave the company and sell my shares of the company. I left KARVT in 2010 but not without learning quite a bit about the tech business. (I do not currently endorse or have any part of KARVT anymore thus I am not in creative control of the company anymore or responsible for anything they’ve put out since I sold the business)