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dLife Web Banners

Wednesday, August 24th, 2005

Working with Source Marketing's creative staff, Biggerfish coded and produced ads for dLife TV. Banners are displayed in either JPG or Animated Flash. The Flash versions have ad server code built in for tracking purposes.

AOL/Time Warner Cable

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2005

Affiliate Marketing Support Web Site AOL has partnered with Road Runner High Speed Online to offer the AOL service to Road Runner subscribers. To execute this program, Source Marketing has developed several marketing pieces for the respective affiliates to customize and use in their own markets. For distribution, Source needed a method to deliver the [...]

Saturday, August 6th, 2005

When the owner PicPads came to us to help her integrate a e-commerce shopping cart, we knew that ZenCart was the ticket. Although installation and customization for the novice can be cumbersome, actually using the package on a day-to-day basis is a snap. It's based on the open-source OSCommerce, but has a few nifty features [...]

Beach Club Tanning Studios

Saturday, August 6th, 2005

Beach Club Tanning is a rapidly growing regional chain of tanning salons operating in Fairfield County, Connecticut. I've been with them since their start in January of 1996. I've developed their identity graphics, including mail, newpaper, cable TV and radio advertising, and their web site. I've also designed their vehicle graphics for use in promotions [...]

The Recipes of the Five Brothers

Saturday, August 6th, 2005

Published in late 90's, “The Recipes Of The Five Brothers” is a 3-volume set that was delivered via shrink-wrapped multipacks of Five Brothers Pasta Sauce, as well as mail order from the Five Brother's Culinary Club. I was responsible for layout and typsetting for these publications. All work went through several rounds of revisions and [...]

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